Cameras capture the stunning regrowth of the longleaf pine habitat after a controlled burn at Georgia's Moody Forest Preserve.
A lot of land is used to feed the world's population. So how can we make sure there will always be enough healthy land to feed us all? Watch a slideshow that highlights the intersection of food and conservation.
We teamed up with Women’s Health Magazine to survey people’s relationship with the outdoors. The answers might surprise you.
What is a Living Lab? Find out how we're using them to learn more about nature.
Our staff members are getting up close and personal with curious elephants, hungry orcas and more. Explore their close experiences with nature – and then share your own!
With your support, we worked around the world to protect the lands and waters on which all life depends.
Abby Richmond is a writer at 12 years old -- and she's donating proceeds from her latest book to The Nature Conservancy.
Nature feeds our families. Nature is our livelihood. Nature even saves lives. See how nature matters to us all.
Nature is everywhere in art, and being outside in it stokes our creativity -- just another reminder of the need to protect it.
Think that the military and the environment don't intersect? Think again -- and meet five amazing service members who honor their country and nature.
The U.S. military and the wealth of American biodiversity face the same threat, which has led to a partnership between The Nature Conservancy and the Department of Defense.
The conservation torch is still being passed from one generation to another in these places and families.
Who influenced your appreciation for the natural world? We explore generational connections within The Nature Conservancy's work.
This summer, take your vacation outdoors. Nature is your ticket to a budget-friendly vacation – and priceless memories.
We're working to restore and protect habitats to protect them in the face of a changing climate.
The Nature Conservancy has worked for decades with local, state and federal agencies to preserve many of America’s national treasures.
How have the special places that you care about transformed over time?
Lead scientist M. Sanjayan counts down nature's greatest comeback stories and places bets on the world's next success stories.
Conservancy-sponsored educational programs have made a lasting impact on thousands of kids all around the world. Where are these students now?
Do women have the power to heal the world's waters?