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.
Each contributor to The Nature Conservancy has a story about why they give back to nature -- to leave a legacy, to support our mission, to help protect our world.
With your support, we can save human lives and the unique wildlife that frequent the McArthur Lake Wildlife Corridor.
Follow the latest adventures, projects and updates at our blog, Idaho Nature Notes
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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.
What does it take to conserve sage grouse? Idaho's students learn in "Sage Grouse in the Schools" -- a cooperative effort with groups including the Conservancy's Idaho chapter and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
A look at restoring and conserving wildlife habitat in Idaho's Wood River Valley at Heart Rock Ranch. Here, the Conservancy is working with landowners, Harry and Shirley Hagey, to protect this important natural area.