The January 2015 offering of Conservation Notes is available for investment. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in investing.
Impact investment programs – like The Conservation Note – make loans to state, country and regional programs of The Nature Conservancy that:
- Conserve important natural areas and essential resources
- Help protect wildlife
- Restore drinking water supplies; and
- Improve people’s lives
Forms and Literature
The current offering of Conservation Notes is available for investment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in investing.
Offers and sales of Conservation Notes may not be made to or accepted from persons in Tennessee, Florida, Kentucky (pending approval for January 12, 2015 prospectus), and Pennsylvania (pending approval for January 12, 2015 prospectus). The Prospectus will be effective on April 9, 2015 in Michigan.
Conservation Note Materials
Prospectus – All States excluding Tennessee, Florida, Kentucky (pending) & Pennsylvania (pending)
2012 Investment Impact Report
2013 Investment Impact Report
2014 Investment Impact Report
2015 Investment Impact Report
For Financial Advisors
To be mailed hard copies of any materials, please:
The Nature Conservancy, a tax-exempt public charity organized under Section 501(c)(3)of the Internal Revenue Code, offers the Conservation Note. The purchase of the Conservancy's securities is subject to risks, which are described in the Prospectus. These risks include the difficulty of achieving or measuring conservation results, as described in the Prospectus. In addition, there is no assurance that the Moody's rating of the Notes will be maintained; it may be changed or downgraded. A change in rating during the term of the investment is not an event of default under the terms of the Conservation Note. The Conservancy significantly depends on donor contributions for its expenses, including the repayment of the Notes. This is not an offer to sell, nor a solicitation of an offer to buy, these securities. The offer is made solely by the Prospectus, and only in states where authorized.