The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance

The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance preserves native habitats for wildlife for future generations to enjoy in a sustainable way.

aka EMNWA   |   Cedar Valley, UT   |  emwildlife.org

Mission

The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance preserves native habitats for wildlife for future generations to enjoy in a sustainable way.

Notes from the nonprofit

We sincerely appreciate your consideration in supporting The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance. If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected] Since 2020, we have been working with federal, state, and local governments, other non-profits, businesses, residents, and landowners to preserve and restore native habitats for humans and wildlife to enjoy. Our main goal is to protect a critical migratory mule deer path with conservation easements. There are approximately 2,900 mule deer migrating through Cedar Valley- which is part of Eagle Mountain. This migratory path is now known as "The Eagle Mountain Wildlife Corridor." Please review our documents to learn more about the goals, mission, vision, and projects we are working on. We were incorporated in 2022 and will upload our Form 990/990-EZ at the beginning of 2023. Once again, a sincere thank you. Best Regards, The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance Board

Ruling year info

2022

President

Bettina Cameron

President Elect

Chad Welch

Main address

PO Box 400

Cedar Valley, UT 84013 USA

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EIN

88-1896314

NTEE code info

Land Resources Conservation (C34)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Wildlife Overlay

Work with city council, staff, DWR, landowners, and other stakeholders to codify a wildlife overlay zone.

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Adults

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The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance

Board of directors
as of 07/30/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Bettina Cameron

The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance

Term: 2022 - 2022


Board co-chair

Chad Welch

The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance

Term: 2022 - 2022

Trista Torson

The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance

Shon Reed

The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance

Marian Burningham

The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance

Kevin Burningham

The Eagle Mountain Nature and Wildlife Alliance

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