A leading conservation organization in the United States and around the world, The Nature Conservancy works with public and private partners to ensure our lands and waters are protected for future generations.
We work in all 50 states, protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs and address threats to conservation involving climate change, fresh water, oceans, urban strategies and conservation lands.
Latest News & Features
From our oceans and coasts to our forests and farmlands, from rural communities to Capitol Hill, stay current on the Conservancy’s work with updates from our staff.
Get the latest on the historic restoration efforts that brought water back to the delta for the first time in decades.
We’re collaborating with cities to protect and restore natural systems for the benefit of people and nature.
From Vermont to California, these preserves will thrill your senses this spring with a colorful bounty of wildflowers.
Nature lets us know that it is indeed time for that breath of fresh air, warmer days, and wildlife viewing opportunities.
See photos from one of the Conservancy's largest land acquisition projects ever—165,073 acres of land in Washington and Montana.