From oyster reefs of the Chesapeake Bay to the trails of the Central Appalachians we are restoring and conserving the Maryland landscapes that we all cherish. Thank you for your continued support.
Thank you for supporting our work in the Chesapeake Bay. With your help, we are restoring oyster reefs, preserving wetlands, and supporting policies to improve the bay’s water quality as well as the quality of life for local communities.
Thank you for helping us protect special places across Maryland that provide habitat for diverse natural communities, clean water for people and the Bay, and recreational opportunities for all Marylanders.
Thanks to the support of our donors and volunteers, we were able to plant nearly 6,000 native tree seedlings this year, including red spruce up in the western Maryland mountains, Atlantic white cedars down in our Nassawango wetlands, and shortleaf pines on our ancient eastern shore sand dunes.
Thank you for helping us protect the Potomac River and the surrounding forests and wetlands. As the source of drinking water for the Washington, DC area, the Potomac’s waters reach us in some way every day.
Without supporters and volunteers like you, The Nature Conservancy could not protect all of our wonderful preserves in Maryland and around Washington, DC. Thank you for helping us to protect nature in the present and in the future.
This holiday season, The Nature Conservancy is thinking of our neighbors in need. Thank you for supporting our work on the Eastern Shore and in coastal areas where Superstorm Sandy caused so much damage.
Thank you for helping us restore productive wetlands at the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay. That means healthier and more abundant fish, oysters and seafood in addition to a healthier economy.
Thank you for all of your generous donations, bequests and gifts this year. Your support allows The Nature Conservancy to succeed in protecting all of the lands and waters on which all life depends, regionally and internationally.
We reflect on 2012 and how your support is helping preserve the lands and waters on which Maryland and the District depends.