The Nature Conservancy has been part of the Gulf Coast community for more than 35 years and we live and work in every Gulf state, from Florida to Texas and even Mexico and the Caribbean.
Read our joint report with Oxfam America on the value of green infrastructure for Gulf coast businesses and communities.
New program director Bob Bendick kicks off our blog series, which will feature the latest doings in the Gulf as reported by our scientists and staff.
For 3 months, people from around the world watched our osprey cam in Alabama. Plans are underway for a second season of our nature-based reality show.
More than 800 volunteers spent their Saturday building a living shoreline on the Alabama coast.
See our Gulf staff's picks then tell us yours!
Artists Support the Gulf through an auction at an Atlanta, Georgia gallery.
See volunteers in action as they build oyster reefs in Mobile Bay.
See a cool timelapse video of 586 volunteers building 224 feet of living shoreline!
See what our volunteers had to say about building a living shoreline of "oyster castles" along the Alabama coast!
LEAF Intern Adangely Nuñez shares her experience working at The Nature Conservancy's Texas City Prairie Preserve to protect the coasts of Texas.