Explore The Nature Conservancy in Alabama
From rare and endangered plants and animals to prairies, forests and the Gulf coast, The Nature Conservancy is working to protect Alabama for people and nature.
In Birmingham's Woodlawn neighborhood, teacher Tashina Lee and high school students work with The Nature Conservancy and partners to transform vacant lots into natural space and find empowerment in the process. See the video!
Learn how our partnership with the US Forest Service will be good for nature—and people.
Mark Tercek, the head of the Nature Conservancy, recently visited Birmingham, Alabama to share the value of nature.
The Nature Conservancy launches science-driven conservation efforts to help people and nature in Alabama's largest city.
How environmental restoration has contributed to local community and economnic growth around the Gulf.
With your continued support we are taking on the tough issues facing conservation in Alabama for 2016 and beyond.
Read the latest updates on Alabama Chapter milestones and events in our state newsletters and annual reports.
Explore our interactive map to get a closer view of our work in Alabama and around the Gulf.
Learn more about the steps taken in Alabama to respond to the BP Oil Spill of 2010.
Learn more about this rare fish found in Alabama's waters.
We are using federal funds to create a living shoreline oyster project in Alabama.
Learn more about the American Oyster, of which up to 89 percent in the Gulf of Mexico has disappeared.
Read a first-person story from a conservation partner at Dauphin Island Sea Lab in coastal Alabama.
Learn about Alabama's worst invasives, and what the Conservancy is doing to prevent them.