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About The Nature Conservancy in Idaho
The Nature Conservancy has worked with Idaho's communities and landowners since 1976, when we purchased our first preserve, Silver Creek. Since then, we've helped to conserve more than 400,000 acres of iconic landscapes and habitat. Our work focuses on building lasting relationships and tangible results.
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This spring, join us for an interdisciplinary look at nature. Free and public lecture series kicks off in February.
The annual report features stories and a "by the numbers" look at conservation in Idaho this year.
The Wood River Land Trust and The Nature Conservancy conserved this 10,400-acre working ranch and wildlife haven in 2014. Learn more about the ranch and its recreational opportunities.
This year we are asking supporters to submit their favorite photos of Idaho wildlife and wild places. Each month we will pick our favorite and share it with you!
Can't visit in person? Take a tour via this slideshow. Thanks for visiting!
A remote camera mounted on an aspen tree at our Hall Creek Nature Preserve photographed this bear. The bear apparently displaced the camera's orientation and then decided to go to bed!
This time lapse video, composed of daily still photographs, shows a dry year in the life of The Nature Conservancy's Silver Creek Preserve near Picabo, Idaho.
From the beginning of human history, nature has played a vital role in our creative expression. Idaho artists reflect on conservation and the influence of nature on their art.