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Arkansas

Corporate Council for Conservation

The Corporate Council for Conservation was established in 1993 to build a business coalition that supports the environment and provides annual support to The Nature Conservancy's work in Arkansas. More than 80 of Arkansas’ leading businesses have demonstrated their commitment to conservation by joining the Corporate Council.

In growing numbers, today's corporate leaders understand the link between a healthy environment and a healthy economy. Corporations are confronting the challenge of reducing their individual environmental footprints, as well as exploring what can be achieved on a greater scale through partnerships with nonprofit organizations. Members of the Corporate Council in Arkansas are such corporate leaders. Council members share their financial and in-kind resources with the Conservancy and look for innovative ways to work together to balance economic needs with ecological values.

See a list of the Corporate Council for Conservation members.

Benefits of Membership

Businesses donating $1,000 or more annually to The Nature Conservancy are invited to a spring recognition event and receive recognition in Conservancy publications. (See additional benefits below.)

Why We’re Successful
  • We work closely with landowners, businesses and other partners.
  • We have a science-based plan that achieves tangible results.
  • We use a non-confrontational, cooperative approach.
  • The Nature Conservancy consistently receives high ratings from charity watchdogs such as the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance, Charity Navigator and the American Institute of Philanthropy.
How We Work

Science guides our work by identifying Earth’s most important natural places. Using innovative tools, we conserve and restore these priority sites. We achieve lasting results by finding common ground with partners and then working together to conserve our natural heritage and enrich the quality of life now and for future generations. Since 1951, The Nature Conservancy has conserved more than 117 million acres around the world. The Arkansas program, at work since 1982, has formed strong local, regional and national partnerships to conserve some 250,000 acres of the state’s most important wild places. But our work is far from finished.

Support from the business community is a vital link between Arkansas’ economic growth and environmental health. We invite you to invest in the future of our great state by joining the Corporate Council for Conservation.

Corporate Council for Conservation Membership Levels
Supporters $1000+ & Friends $2500+
  • Listing in statewide newspaper advertisement
  • Donor recognition listing in Arkansas chapter newsletter and annual report
Protectors $5,000+
  • Listing in statewide newspaper advertisement
  • Donor recognition listing in Arkansas chapter newsletter, annual report and on Web site
  • Presentation on the Conservancy’s work made at your office to your staff
Conservators $10,000+
  • Listing in statewide newspaper advertisement
  • Corporate Conservators field trip for 2 to increase knowledge of TNC work in Arkansas
  • Donor recognition listing in Arkansas chapter newsletter, annual report, and on Web site
  • Presentation on the Conservancy’s work made at your office to your staff
Leaders $25,000+
  • Listing in statewide newspaper advertisement
  • Donor recognition listing in Arkansas chapter newsletter, annual report, and on Web site
  • Presentation on the Conservancy’s work made at your office to your staff
  • Corporate Leader field trip for 4 to increase knowledge of Conservancy work in Arkansas
  • Invitation to annual conservation briefing with State Director, Chief Conservation Officer, and Conservancy trustees
Sustainers $50,000+
  • Listing in statewide newspaper advertisement
  • Donor recognition listing in Arkansas chapter newsletter, annual report, and on Web site
  • Presentation on the Conservancy’s work made at your office to your staff
  • Corporate Sustainer field trip for 4 to increase knowledge of Conservancy work in Arkansas
  • Invitation to annual conservation briefing with State Director, Chief Conservation Officer, and Conservancy trustees
Catalysts $100,000+
  • Listing in statewide newspaper advertisement
  • Donor recognition listing in Arkansas chapter newsletter, annual report, and on Web site
  • Listing in The Nature Conservancy's Worldwide Office Annual Report
  • Presentation on the Conservancy’s work made at your office to your staff
  • Corporate Catalysts field trip for 2 to increase knowledge of Conservancy work in Arkansas, the U.S. or abroad
  • Invitation to annual conservation briefing with State Director, Chief Conservation Officer, and Conservancy trustees
  • Invitation to annual topical dinner with Worldwide Office staff member, State Director and Conservancy trustees

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