We understand that these are very uncertain times as our communities face many unexpected challenges related to COVID-19, and that focusing on the many wonderful things around us, including the air, land, water and natural resources is difficult.

Yet it seems that now, more than ever, we are relying on the peace and beauty provided by our region's natural surroundings to heal and replenish our bodies and minds. These surroundings, when healthy and connected, also contribute to the health and connectedness of our community. Simply put, the healthier our region's natural resources are, the healthier we are as well.

Whether appreciating our forested ridge lines from your front window, venturing outside for a small family adventure, or wetting a fishing line in a gurgling trout stream, ClearWater is dedicated to helping people feel more connected to the outdoors and the people they explore the outdoors with.

Despite the disruption to our lives in this historic time, ClearWater Conservancy is grateful for our community which understands and supports the conservation of this beautiful place we call home. If possible, please help us continue this legacy of community conservation. Thank you!