The Nature Conservancy in Alabama is spending a great deal of staff time and resources responding to the Gulf oil spill.
Listed below are examples of what we are doing. This list will be updated as the situation persists.
The Nature Conservancy is closely monitoring the impacts of the oil spill across the Gulf Coast. Already, we’ve put to work The Nature Conservancy’s best knowledge and expertise in the Gulf region. Examples include:
If you would like to volunteer for Alabama’s restoration and rescue response, please register on our website.
Already, we’ve put to work The Nature Conservancy’s best knowledge and expertise in the Gulf region.
Our Fund for Gulf Coast Restoration will help us do even more and will be put to use by the Conservancy and its marine scientists and staff knowledgeable about the Gulf and about oil spill impacts to help the long-term restoration of this critical ecosystem.