It begins with one. With you. You can adopt an acre of your favorite nature today and protect these beautiful places.Adopt an Acre Today!
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One of the last remaining coastal prairie habitats is now protected in Texas, thanks to a landmark deal that saves 17,000 acres.Visit Powderhorn Ranch
We share the best conservation news with you every week — like woodpecker skull design.
Almost a half-million people recently sat on the shores of one of the world’s greatest freshwater resources, and relied upon plastic water bottles carted in from destinations unknown.
Mark's latest Q&A is with Hank Paulson, the former Secretary of the Treasury, who talks about connections between the economy and the environment, and his personal motivations for saving the planet.
Nature Conservancy scientists are using remote field cameras as conservation tools to document, understand and protect wildlife. In the process, these critter cams are taking some cool pics of wildlife.
Elephants can feel love and loss, and they never forget. We lost over 20,000 elephants to poaching last year. Won't you help us protect these iconic animals?
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