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Corporate Council for the Environment

Working Together for People and Nature

Alabama's Businesses Can Help Us Protect Alabama's Natural Areas

Through our ongoing conservation efforts and achievements, The Nature Conservancy has contributed to Alabama's abundance and prosperity for more than 20 years. We have expanded our science-based approach to conservation throughout the state, protecting the natural resources that support Alabama's economy and the wild places that make it an ideal place to live and do business.

The Nature Conservancy in Alabama's Corporate Council for the Environment allows Alabama businesses to help us maintain and restore our most enduring asset - our natural heritage. Our state Chapter has set aside over $3 worth of land for every $1 invested. The Conservancy has received gifts and grants of $37 million and has protected over 146,000 acres of land valued at $117 million at the time of acquisition.

Our work, however, is far from complete. The Conservancy's work in Alabama is especially urgent because the state is ranked fifth in biological diversity in the United States but is second most extinction-prone state, having already lost almost 100 species. Alabama ranks last among southeastern states for land area held in conservation (4% of 32,480,000 acres).

With your support and that of your business, we can create a future of abundance instead of loss, where places we need and places we love will still be here to nurture and sustain us.


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Corporate Council for the Environment

Thank you to the Corporate Council for the Environment members who have pledged their support to protect Alabama's natural heritage, including: 

GIFTS OF $5,000 - $10,000
EBSCO Industries, Inc.

Energen Corporation

Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC
Royal Cup, Inc.

Wadsworth Oil Company of Clanton, Inc.

GIFTS OF $2,500 - $4,999
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

GIFTS OF $1,000 - $2,499
Anonymous

Alabama Power Company
Albemarle Corporation
Ard Contracting, Inc.
Autry Greer & Sons, Inc.
BB&T
Barcliff LLC
Berry Millsaps Properties, LLC
Brownell Travel.
Burroughs Wellcome
China Doll Rice and Beans, Inc.
Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc.
CrowderGulf
Dunn Investment Company
Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, Inc.
Graco Resources, Inc.
Graham & Company
Hancock Forest Management, Inc.
IBERIA Bank of Alabama
Marx Brothers, Inc.
McCullough Snappy Service Oil Co., Inc.
Mobile Gas Service Corporation
Modern Communications Group, Inc.

National Bank of Commerce
Nimrod Long & Associates, Inc.
Norton Lilly International
Oil Equipment Company
PNC Bank, Mobile
RLS Design Group, Inc.
Saunders Yachtworks
Shook & Fletcher Insulation  Co.
Thompson Engineering, Inc.
Vulcan Materials Company

IN KIND GIFTS
al.com
Allied Concrete Company
Hesco Bastion Environmental, Inc.

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Protective Life Insurance Company

Thank you to all of our members. These companies are true champions of Alabama’s natural resources. 


Contact Us

Corporate Council for the Environment
The Nature Conservancy in Alabama
2100 1st Avenue North, Suite 500
Birmingham, Alabama 35203

Martin Taylor
205 251-1155, ext 116
mtaylor@tnc.org

 

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