The Conservancy is supporting Solomon Islands communities with the expertise they need to protect their resources and keep rare and iconic species — like the Hawksbill sea turtle — alive for their children. Play a role in helping the Conservancy empower local people to give back to the seas that have sustained them for centuries.
Meet Margaret Lou-Vike, whose mission to protect the forests on which her children depend has inspired an entire community to action.
A stirring, can't-miss video follows sea turtle hatchlings emerging from their nests and making their way to the sea.
A group of reformed arsonists, poachers and unreformed turtle eaters has teamed up with the Solomon Islands government and the Conservancy to recreate conservation around their own worldview.
Welcome to Kia Village, where a community is fighting to save the natural resources on which it depends.
Meet the baby sea turtles that are benefiting from one of the South Pacific's greatest conservation stories.
Find out how we are helping the communities of Choiseul adapt to climate change.
Learn how the Conservancy is assisting communities in Solomon Islands as they protect their resources in the face of increased mining.
Watch a documentary made by the residents of Chivoko, who are fighting for nature—and their lives.
Home for Hawksbill tells the remarkable story of how communities in the Solomon Islands overcame cultural conflicts to protect one of the world's most important sea turtle nesting sites.