Making Summit County Roads Safer for Wildlife and People
Creating Safe Crossings for Wildlife
Reconnecting local wildlife species with their habitat
Ensuring Safer Travel in Summit County
Keeping roads safer for people and reducing wildlife-related auto collisions
Fostering Healthy Wildlife Populations
Ensuring access to basic survival needs such as food, water, and habitat
State, Local & Federal governments • Land managers • Town & County Planners • Ski Areas • Recreation Groups • Conservation Organizations • Scientists • Engineers • and more
In the News
Copper Mountain Resort to Donate a Portion of Lift Ticket Sales to Local Nonprofits
Advocates Push for Safe Wildlife Crossings on I-70
Summit County Considers Endorsing Wildlife Safe Passages Plan...
What Drives Us
Our mission is simple: connecting natural landscapes, restoring iconic wildlife, reducing wildlife-related car collisions and protecting our natural heritage for current and future generations.
Our Community, Our Wildlife, Our Future
Roads are an essential part of modern society, but they can also be harmful to humans and wildlife. Whether you live, recreate or vacation in Summit County, it’s important to understand the impacts we have.