To preserve traditional ranching as a way of life in the Centennial Valley, and to maintain quality open space, wildlife habitat, water quality and wildlife migration corridors as they exist today for future generations.
- Increase capacity for on the ground work, research and reporting to the greater community in regards to wildlife movements, regional updates, predator coexistence, Early Detection Rapid Response weed management, and protect wildlife habitat and corridors through the High Divide landscape, and the Centennial’s watershed.
- Preserve traditional livelihoods, whether it be ranching, outfitting, or logging, as a way of life in the Centennial Valley.
- Maintain and/or increase the level of outreach and education available to the community, including hunters, wildlife groups and snowmobilers that recreate in Centennial.
- Collaborate with governmental agencies and political bodies to participate in their activities and programs relating to the Valley.
- Work with groups like the Nature Conservancy, Heart of the Rockies and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to prevent subdivision and fracturing of the landscape.