Sixty years ago The Nature Conservancy’s first act was conserving a forest in New York; today we work with people all over the world to protect the life-giving services their forests provide.
In North America we're working to collaboratively accelerate the pace and scale of forest restoration.
We work to maintain fire’s role where it benefits people and nature, and keep fire out of places where it is destructive.
Many of America's trees and forests are being destroyed by invasive insects and diseases.
We're racing to save Ash Trees in America - see why.
Learn more about how fire is helping to revive a California community.
The Conservancy is using data from bears' tracking collars to determine the most important lands to protect.
Watch our new documentary and find out how you can help trees in North America.
A serious issue prompts a hilarious misunderstanding in this video from our Don't Move Firewood team.
Invasive ant species, including the red imported fire ant, have caused biological and economic damage ecosystems around the world.