Have you ever benefited from nature? These people have, and they're sharing their stories. From coral reefs that have saved lives, to forests that provide food and rivers that keep a man employed, nature matters to us all.
Sustainable soy production is a profitable choice for Brazil's forests and its farmers.
In Mexico, the conservation of a treasured coral reef nourishes fish populations and a growing ecotourism industry.
For the Haida people of Alaska, the yearly return of the salmon sustains a timeless tradition.
For the Wehea community in the heart of Borneo, nature provides food, water, shelter, medicine and ceremonial resources.
How can you save a forest while also improving quality of life in Haiti?
Can technology ensure that Preston has fresh water for his farm?
Coral saved Arden's life. But who will save the coral?
With the help of the Conservancy, a community in Bayview, VA comes together to protect their heritage and the ecology of the Eastern Shore.
Ranchers Shane and Kristi Daniels believe that if you take care of the land the land will take care of you.
Joshua Carrera joined the Conservancy’s Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) program — an experience that changed his life forever.
Bill Blue and other fishermen in Morro Bay, California are working to implement more sustainable fishing methods.
Margaret Lou-Vike and the village of Kia in the Solomon Islands is taking a stand against persistent logging to protect their sources of food and water.
Ann Harvey is a champion for mangroves – when Hurricane Ivan blew threw the Grenadines in 2004, mangroves protected her new school from Ivan’s high winds and waves.
Sam Gon is one of just a few people working ridge-to-reef with partners in the He‘eia watershed on O‘ahu to improve forest health, restore wetlands, remove invasive algae and prevent sediment and pollutants from flowing into coral reefs.