Here's a list I found in the Conservation Alliance and Leave No Trace websites. This is just a sample of the companies that are working against our sport. This doesn't tell you about companies like REI who contribute to the Sierra Club and are even listed as Benefactors on the Sierra Clubs website. Conservation Alliance Members as of June 2002 American Alpine Institute Ltd. American Sports Group, Inc. Atlas Snow-Shoe Backpacker Magazine Backpacker's Pantry, Inc. Belinda Sanda Sales Bernzott Capital Advisors Blue Magazine Campmor, Inc. CenterEdge Chaco Sandals Climbing Magazine Columbia Sportswear Co. Eagle Creek Travel Gear Eastern Mountain Sports Edgeworks Fendler Communications Flamand Sports Flannel Design Frontier Group, Inc. Galyan's Trading Company The Gerry Group GoLite Grabber Performance Group Grand Union Trading Co., Ltd. Granite Gear Gregory Mountain Products Hooked on the Outdoors Kelty Pack, Inc. Kennan Ward Photography Kirwin Communications Kokatat Lotus Designs, Inc. Lowe Alpine Systems LowePro USA Malden Mills Industries, Inc. Marmot Merrell Footwear Milliken & Co. Montrail Mountain Equipment Mountain Hardwear, Inc. Mountainsmith National Geographic Adventure New Leaf Paper Nike ACG Outdoor Retailer Paddler Magazine Patagonia Pearl Izumi Perception, Inc. Portland Woolen Mills Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI) Rennie Publications, Inc. Ridgeway Productions Riverside Design RLX Polo Sport Royal Robbins 7 Summits Sports Sierra Designs Sorensen's Resort Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association Tesser.com Teva The North Face The Timberland Company Thor-Lo Sock Company Vasque Division Vibram W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc. Watergirl Wrightsock Leave No Trace The following companies and organizations are putting their dollars, resources, and ingenuity into the Leave No Trace program. These committed companies believe that education is the only way to preserve America's diminishing recreational wildlands. Subaru of America Special Project Partners Clif Bar Galyan's Grand Teton Lodge Company L.L. Bean Nike REI The North Face Pricipal Partners All Terrain Company American Backcountry American Alpine Institute Backpacker Magazine Backpacker's Pantry Backroads BIOGroup USA Brunton C.A.M.P.U.S. Development Group Chaco Sandals Cheley Colorado Camps Clif Bar Cloudveil Mountain Works Colorado Organics Crazy Creek Products Crescent Moon Snowshoes Ecosouthwest.com Ecotravel.com EMS ePeakRegister.com Falcon Guides Galyan's Glacier Park, Inc. GoLite Grabber Performance Group GSI Outdoors Henneseyhammock.com High Gear U.S.A. Hi-Tec Sports Hilleberg the Tentmaker JanSport Kelty L.L. Bean Marmot McClain Marketing Group MicrobiaLogic Moondance Adventures Nalge Nunc International National Geographic Maps NEOS Overshoes Nick N Willy's Nike Octagon Marketing Osprey Packs Peregrine Outfitters Phillips Environmental Products Pino's Printing Quabaug/Vibram Rainier Mountaineering, Inc. REI Restop Products Rokk Sedona EcoFest Seychelle Water Filtration Products Slumberjack SmartWool Snowbird Mountain Lodge Speer Hammocks Sports Illustrated Stackpole Stanwood & Partners Subaru of America The Coleman Company The Mountaineers Books The North Face Tierra Dentro WPC Brands Walt Disney Company Woolrich Yakima U.S.A. Introductory Partners Backpacker's Cache/Garcia Machine Last Chance Sportswear Latitude 40, Inc. Leki Montrail SOLTAC Timberland In the past, I've purchased quite a few products from these companies. Now that I know they donate to groups who shut down our trails, I try to buy elsewhere.