The Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma provides a unified voice for common-sense conservation policy, encourages Oklahoma’s youth to connect with nature and learn about wildlife and habitats and creates opportunities for citizens and lawmakers to become more aware of conservation issues that are critically important to our state’s future.
The Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma is built to amplify the voice of conservation throughout Oklahoma. Created to bring together many great conservation organizations in Oklahoma, we’re creating a new, pivotal space in the Oklahoma conservation landscape. The Coalition is currently developing a
We provide a place for collaboration and cooperation between various groups interested in conserving Oklahoma’s richly diverse environment and valuable natural resources. By joining together and working toward common goals, their collective voice increases their overall political power on conservation issues.
The Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma is dedicated to supporting programs of our coalition members which get young people outdoors and educates them about wildlife, habitat and conservation. Our mission is to encourage youth to hunt and fish, hike and canoe and experience nature, which helps them grow and keep them healthy.
The Oklahoma legislature is considering a bill that reflects the poor values of State Question 777, favoring large corporations over individual citizens, landowners and wildlife. HB2132 would create “prosperity districts” in which landowners could file a petition to create a district
The following is a statement from the Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma’s board chair, Ron Suttles, on the possible closing of 16 state parks in Oklahoma: The Conservation Coalition of Oklahoma is very concerned about the “hypothetical” budget cuts to the Department
Following a previous vote by the House, the Senate moved on March 7 to roll back the Bureau of Land Management Planning 2.0 initiative, undoing years of work to bring the agency’s planning into the 21st century, involve the public