About Richie Graham
My passion for photography is driven by a love of being outdoors in wild and remote places. I’m captivated by our planet's dynamic landscapes and diverse climates. The more time I spend in these beautiful and wild places, the more I want to protect them. From this desire came a mission: use photography as a tool to celebrate and safeguard Earth's natural wonders.
About 1% for the Planet
1% for the Planet brings dollars and doers together to accelerate smart environmental giving, and certifies that every dollar contributed goes directly to a vetted, trusted, nonprofit partner working hard to restore our planet for the future.
Choose Your Cause
The Freshwater Trust (TFT) is a freshwater conservation and restoration nonprofit improving water quality and quantity in the West. TFT works on the ground and behind the scenes to achieve tangible, quantifiable outcomes for rivers in Oregon, Idaho and California.Go Back
The National Young Farmers Coalition is a grassroots network of young farmers working together to ensure a bright future for agriculture. The Coalition leads policy change, builds advocacy networks, and provides business services to support the next generation of U.S. farmers.Go Back
This partner brings people together to restore America’s National Forests by planting trees, enhancing wildlife and fish habitat, and promoting recreation on these treasured public lands.Go Back
Indigenous Peoples in Canada have some of the most powerful environmental rights in the world: but only if they can afford to uphold them in court. That’s where RAVEN comes in. RAVEN raises legal defense funds to support Indigenous Nations who are using the courts to push back against ill-advised industrial projects.Go Back
Now in its 30th year, Rainforest Trust “purchases and protects the most threatened tropical forests, saving endangered wildlife through partnerships and community engagement.”Go Back
Using the incredible sensitivity and accuracy of a dog’s sense of smell, this group’s highly skilled pack assists scientists on projects ranging from invasive species detection to poaching and trafficking prevention.Go Back