Who We Support
We support leading nonprofit organizations that protect our environment every day, right here in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Environmental Fund supports organizations that share one common goal: protecting Minnesota’s natural resources and quality of life for future generations. Our members are leading the charge on all of Minnesota’s most pressing environmental issues – clean water, climate change, environmental justice, protecting wildlife and wild places, access to the outdoors, healthy food and farming and more. Giving to the Minnesota Environmental Fund makes it easy to support all of these causes with just one gift. Learn more about our members by clicking on their logos below, and learn about the impressive impact of their work on our Impact page.
Environmental Initiative builds partnerships to develop collaborative solutions to Minnesota’s environmental problems by creating opportunities for dialogue, convening stakeholders to seek solutions, and implementing solutions.
Through advocacy and education, Friends of the Boundary Water Wilderness works to protect, preserve, and restore the Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness and Quetico-Superior ecosystem.
The Minnesota Division of the Izaak Walton League of America conserves and promotes the sustainable use and enjoyment of our water, woods, air, soil, and wildlife, finding common sense solutions that support the long term health and well being of all people.
Lake Pepin Legacy Alliance is a citizen-driven organization which brings together education, science, and collaborative action to sustain Lake Pepin’s ecosystem for the long-term wellbeing of all who use and visit the area.
The Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy (MCEA) is a nonprofit organization using law, science, and research to protect Minnesota’s natural resources, wildlife and the health of its people.
Mississippi Park Connection strengthens the enduring connection between people and the Mississippi River by enriching the life of the river and the lives of all who experience our national park.
The Sierra Club North Star Chapter carries out the Sierra Club Foundation’s mission across Minnesota — to educate and empower people to protect and improve the natural and human environment.
WEI is an environmental research, renewal and retreat center designed to create and share knowledge about environmental issues relevant to women, children, and communities especially affected by environmental injustices; to promote agricultural justice, organic and sustainable agriculture and ecological awareness; and to support activism that influences public policy and promotes social change.