Conservation by Design
The Nature Conservancy’s mission is to protect the diversity of life on Earth and science guides our work. Today, with more than 50 years of land protection experience in Florida under our belt, we understand that setting ecologically valuable land aside is not enough to ensure its long term conservation. Modern threats like invasive species, atmospheric deposition, and global warming are challenging us to practice conservation in new and varied ways. What’s more, our evolving, science-based approach tells us that our land, air, fresh water, marine environments are connected and part of one system. This is why our conservation strategy today extends to all the major ecosystems in Florida. We call it landscape-scale conservation.
Your Florida Lands and Waters
The Nature Conservancy is grateful for the passage of one of the strongest environmental budgets in recent years.
Coral reefs and oyster reefs need your help! Find out how we're working to restore these reefs in Florida's water.
See how The Nature Conservancy has plans for partnering with the agricultural community at the local, national and global levels to improve water quality and to conserve water.
We're aiding the manatee’s survival by improving access to warmer wintertime retreats at several high-priority springs.
Watch a video about one of our unique partnerships.