Welcome to the Great Plains Conservation Network

The Great Plains Conservation Network (GPCN) is a collaboration of non-profit and tribal organizations working together to conserve and restore the wildlife, habitats, and ecological processes of the Great Plains.

What we do

Learn more about our work across the plains.

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GPCN Annual Meeting

November 29, 2023

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 2023 News & Events

Tenth anniversary of the Buffalo Treaty — September 22-25

Report on the Transboundary Grasslands Partnership Workshop

New collaborative publication by Plantlife, Equilibrium Research, and WWF just released at COP28 “Integrating Grasslands and Savannahs into National Biodiversity and Climate Committments.”

Vast southern Alberta ranch will be preserved in largest private grasslands agreement in Canadian history

North American Grasslands Conservation Act
The North American Grasslands Conservation Act will create a landmark voluntary program to conserve and restore threatened grassland ecosystems. The Grasslands Act is a new effort to reverse massive grassland loss and conserve America’s remaining grasslands. It will enable landowners and Native nations to ensure that healthy grasslands remain for future generations.

United Nations Declare 2026 the International Year of Rangelands & Pastoralists
Click here for North American information and resources