Annual Report and Financials

2019-2020 Financial Report


  • FOA holds 19 conservation easements
  • 4 properties owned and conserved by FOA
  • 21% increase in contributions
  • 33 first-time contributors
  • Raised $41,240 to contribute to Utah Open Lands purchasing property near the entrance of Little Cottonwood Canyon

Goals for 2021

  • Raise $296k in revenue, of which $229k is generated from donations
  • Be a voice for conservation in local and regional planning initiatives
  • Acquire privately held undeveloped land for open space conservation
  • Stop any effort to transfer water rights from the SL Valley up to Albion Basin
  • Be the organization of choice for those seeking to conserve Alta’s character

June 30, 2020 Annual Report


Contributions 1 $178,687
Donations to Conservation Fund $0
Donations to Bill Levitt Fellowship $0
Business Sponsors $10,909
Fundraising Programs 2 $2,853
Special Events $5,145
Investment Income $29,190
Total Revenue$226,784


Alta Community and Government Relations$18,175
Environmental Education, Studies & Sustainability 3$51,664
Land Conservation 4 $6,342
Litigation Against the State Engineer$0
Fundraising $30,738
Conservation Fund Management Fees$3,641
Total Expenses$165,999
Conservation Fund Market Value on 6/30/2020 $1,109,239

1. Individual Donations, Business Sponsors, Bequests, Securities, Love Utah Give Utah, Grants

2. Alta Mid-Winter Study Group, Memorial Tree Program, Merchandise

3. Alta School Science Grant, Friends of Utah Avalanche Center Snow Safety Education Grant, Alta Summer Booth, Summer Stewardship Programs, Alta Bird Study, Wetland Study, GIS mapping

4. Conservation Easement Monitoring, Land Trust Alliance membership, Insurance, Conservation Resources & Planning

Facebook Feed

This message is only visible to admins.
Problem displaying Facebook posts.
Click to show error
Error: An access token is required to request this resource. Type: OAuthException