Unique Places To Save is an entrepreneurial non-profit organization providing progressive conservation and natural resource solutions for communities and landowners.

We Increase Capacity

Financial investments, as well as time and energy, are crucial to protecting what is valuable. We help landowners and conservation organizations raise funds and resources to increase their capacity and effectiveness.

We Build Strategies

Knowing what to prioritize and focus on can be complicated in land and resource management. We work with landowners, organizations, agencies and other partners to plan, coordinate and create strategies for these efforts.

We Share Stories

Navigating online technologies and messaging can be overwhelming. With expertise in building and sharing stories we can communicate what matters most.

We Conserve & Protect

Conservation and restoration can revive the past and simultaneously protect the future. Our goal is to help conserve and protect the most unique places in the world. We can accomplish this through assistance or direct involvement.
We solve both simple and complex land and resource issues with creative solutions, comprehensive networks, savvy use of technology and in-depth project understanding.

In The News...

Weird Conservation: The Strange Side of Saving Endangered Species

January 27, 2016 Nature is weird. But conservation is weirder. When scientists need to save an endangered species, sometimes the solution is straightforward: protect habitat, reduce threats, or stop overfishing. But sometimes,... Read More

Recent Posts

Sustainable fishing: sockeye salmon and Native American nets in the Pacific Northwest January 26, 2016 Skipper Ian Kirouac presses his cellphone to one...
River ecosystems show ‘incredible’ initial recovery after dam removal January 25, 2016 A songbird species that flourishes on the salmon-rich...
Species Distribution 2.0: An Accurate Time- and Cost-Effective Method of Prospection Using Street View Imagery January 22, 2016 Species occurrence data provide crucial information for biodiversity...