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A prescribed burn at Ponders Tract Preserve will help maintain healthy and natural landscapes by keeping invasive species in check and natural areas from becoming overgrown.
Approximately 55 volunteers from Chesapeake Utilities and Calpine planted 1,527 native trees and shrubs at The Nature Conservancy’s Milford Neck Preserve.
Op-Ed from Iowa's Director of Stewardship, Scott Moats, about what science means.
The Nature Conservancy in New Mexico today announced the election of Devon Fooks, of Albuquerque, to its Board of Trustees.
Barbara Vickery was awarded Espy Award at the 2017 Maine Land Conservation Conference.
Through the 2017 Give Back Program, your business can partner with one of the most trusted conservation organizations in the world!
The Nature Conservancy honors conservationist Judy Black for her commitment to protection and restoration of bird habitat, native plants and gardens, and her generosity in both Florida and Connecticut.
Apprentice Artists Explore St. Louis Parks to Integrate Art with Nature
Sculpture to be installed in Queeny Park as part of Growing a Healthy Meramec Project
The Nature Conservancy Makes Investment in Adirondack Conservation
As the essential push toward a low-carbon future accelerates, how do we balance the benefits of clean energy production with the potential risks to nature?
Food and Conservation Groups Invest in Soil to Sustain Food Production.
A national effort to enhance farm sustainability through soil health has additional backing from a major consumer foods manufacturer. Leaders from General Mills, The Nature Conservancy, the Soil Health Institute and the Soil Health Partnership announce a collaborative effort to advance soil health on America’s farms and ranches, paving the way for measurable economic and environmental gains for farmers, businesses and communities for generations to come.
Science is central to our work at The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming. That’s why we’re lending our support to the March for Science on April 22, 2017. As an organization whose work is grounded in good science, we are proud to join this effort at the state and global levels.
MEDIA ADVISORY: The Nature Conservancy Marches for Science
The Nature Conservancy is a sponsoring partner for the March for Science in Washington, D.C., to be held in partnership with the Earth Day Network, on Earth Day, April 22.
The Nature Conservancy is adding its voice to send a message that Earth Day and celebrating science go hand-in-hand. It was science that first alerted communities and governments to the growing threats against our environment which, in turn, sparked the first Earth Day.
As co-sponsors of the March for Science in Washington, D.C., to be held in partnership with the Earth Day Network, on Earth Day, April 22, The Nature Conservancy offers useful resources for journalists covering the event.
The Nature Conservancy, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and The Aldo Leopold Foundation will host hands-on planned burn (prescribed fire) training in late April and early May.
Global coral reef restoration effort launches in the Caribbean.
The City of Albuquerque will fund a three-part curriculum for 200 fourth and fifth graders from two diverse Title I schools—including classroom activities, a field trip to the top of the Sandia Mountains, and a neighborhood storm water bingo game—offering opportunities for students that might not otherwise get to connect with nature in a school setting.
The Nature Conservancy in Delaware’s Ponders Tract is now home to more than 600 new Atlantic white cedar seedlings which were planted with the help of 18 volunteers on March 25, 2017.
The Nature Conservancy thanks Florida voters for approving Amendment 4, the solar tax abatement amendment. We are grateful to the sponsors of this measure, State Senator Jeff Brandes, Representative Ray Rodrigues, and Representative Lori Berman, for their leadership in advancing clean energy in Florida.