About The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance
We are a charitable and educational nonprofit organization under IRS section 501(c)(3).
We meet with landowners, developers, city staff, and local, state, and national elected officials to establish relationships of trust between landowners, developers, and the Eagle Mountain City staff and elected officials. We then propose solutions to all parties that will provide native habitat and migration corridors for wildlife that currently or historically have used the area. Those solutions may include compatible secondary uses in non-sensitive areas.
We raise funds to assist with land preservation, habitat restoration, and facilitating wildlife movement to minimize or prevent negative human-wildlife interactions.
We work with potential developers and local planning and zoning commissions to provide input into projects or proposals that could have an impact on natural vegetation or wildlife to protect the interests of the natural environment balanced with the development needs and business interests of the developers and citizens.
We also provide educational and community engagement activities to inform citizens of the natural history of the area, provide opportunities for service such as habitat restoration or cleanup, and provide instruction to potential developers.