'Tis the season for thanks and giving, and we’re thankful for YOU.
Your support made 2013 a year of remarkable conservation success in Connecticut, from planting new disease-tolerant elms along the Connecticut River to helping coastal towns design natural storm defenses.
Gifts like yours make a real, tangible difference across the state. Without you, none of the stories you see on this page would have been possible.
Thank you for your support, and we hope you’ll consider introducing a friend or family member to nature this year by giving a gift membership.
Your support brought the past and present together for our state director in 2013 – and has her excited for 2014! Get the highlights.
You made a real, tangible, measurable difference to protecting the nature of Connecticut in 2013. See what you made possible.
Elizabeth McCance gives back to give thanks for a childhood spent on Long Island Sound. What's your story?
See a slideshow of this extraordinary Connecticut River artist and his art.
The Conservancy and volunteers are restoring the graceful American elm to its place in these rare riverside forests.
See how local decision-makers and scientists are using this online tool to plan for sea-level rise and storm surge.
Women everywhere are stepping up to encourage smarter choices about water. Get inspired by visionary women like The Nature Conservancy's Kim Lutz, who is restoring connections in the Connecticut River watershed.
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