Round River is working and achieving success in some of the world’s most magnificently wild places and we are being asked to bring our own brand of community involvement and science to many other threatened landscapes.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and education organization, Round River meets many of its expenses through private donations. You may play a significant part in our work through a donation to Round River. Contributions may be for general support, for a specific project or geographic region, or to support student scholarships for our study abroad programs.
Your donation to Round River truly makes a difference. Whether monitoring wildlife across the expanse of the Okavango Delta of Botswana, tracking rare species among the glaciers of the Patagonian ice field in southern Chile, or protecting the traditional territory of the Taku River Tlingit First Nation of northern British Columbia, your contribution is put to work for the conservation of wild places.
Edward Abbey was a friend to many and an inspiration to all associated with Round River. Ed’s family has graciously agreed that we may use his name in this manner.
We are committed to involving dedicated and qualified students in our conservation projects. Your donation helps make this life-changing experience possible, and provides essential support to our conservation efforts.
This fund does more than allow students to gather data on climate change impacts in northern British Columbia, or conduct wildlife census counts in the Okavango Delta or Patagonian fjords:
- develop skills that make them competitive candidates for graduate school, internships, and future employment
- network with professionals in international conservation
- increase their confidence to pursue opportunities that lead to real change
- realize there are other people like them that want to make a difference
With your ongoing monthly gift you will provide sustained support for Round River Conservation Studies. Your regular commitment enables us to better plan and implement our conservation projects around the world.
You may change or cancel your pledge at any time by emailing email@example.com or calling 801-359-4250.
Make a donation in memory or in honor of someone special to you and create an ongoing legacy. You may wish to establish a scholarship in a loved one’s name, or support a specific project or geographic region.
We will send a personal notification honoring your designated recipient for the gift.
Thank you for your generosity and for your interest in Round River Conservation Studies. If you have any questions and/or suggestions please contact us.
Doug Milek, Programs Director
Dennis Sizemore, Executive Director
Round River Conservation Studies
925 E 900 S Ste 207
Salt Lake City, UT 84105