The Nature Conservancy's Great Lakes Project spans eight states and two Canadian provinces. Here you'll find a collection of stories about our work across the entire basin.
From sandy shorelines to cobblestone coastal areas, beaches in the Great Lakes are as different as the people who enjoy them. Which Great Lakes beaches does the Conservancy protect
Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc. recently made a contribution toward conservation efforts in the Great Lakes. Learn more about Fortune Brands' commitment to freshwater.
Right Source, Right Rate, Right Time and Right Place--the "4 R's"-- are being used to help keep Lake Erie's waters clean. Learn about the 4R Certification Program
With support from donors like the Watermolens, The Nature Conservancy and its partners in Wisconsin and Michigan are improving the health of Green Bay for people and nature.
The Nature Conservancy could not achieve the results necessary for lasting conservation without its valued supporters! This month we say thank you to The Joyce Foundation, who has supported our work in the Great Lakes since 2006. Explore
This month our furry and feathery friends in the Great Lakes region are a little frisky and putting on some colorful displays all in the name of love. Learn more about their courtship behaviors and we're doing to protect mating grounds. Explore
Director of Conservation for Michigan Dr. Patrick Doran leads statewide and Great Lakes‐wide investigations of conservation priorities. Learn more about Patrick
Detroit Public TV and The Nature Conservancy partnered to bring conservation leaders from across the Great Lakes basin to talk about invasive species. To learn what the species are, how they arrived and what their impacts to the Great Lakes have been and might be, watch the seminar