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Seagrass is critically important habitat for fish and shellfish and is important for water quality. See what a new report says may be harming our seagrass.
Your support is helping us revive this small migratory fish to Massachusetts' coastal rivers and the Gulf of Maine.
He loves birds. He loves bugs. And his passion for conserving and understanding the land is boundless Read a Q&A with the Conservancy's Matt Pelikan.
Low & high-tech approach to ensuring animals have room to roam.
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Photographer John Clarke Russ captures amazing' images of this remarkable research off the coast of Scituate, Massachusetts.
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Join Conservancy Scientist Alison Bowden, Director of Freshwater to discover how work along one mile of the Mill River will help restore natural abundance throughout the waters of southern New England.
See how, with help from you and the city of Taunton, this polluted parking lot became a beautiful park that protects river water.
- August 03, 2014
- Setting rivers free: As dams are torn down, nature is quickly recovering. The Christian Science Monitor
- July 31, 2014
- Legislators Approve $2.2 Billion Environmental Bond Bill
- June 24, 2014
- Patrick Administration Celebrates Successful Removal of Bartlett Pond Dam
- June 23, 2014
- A Moveable Feast: Dogfish founder makes a Delaware-to-Maine boat trip raising thousands for The Nature Conservancy
- June 09, 2014
- Nitrogen Pollution a Major Threat to Seagrass
- May 30, 2014
- How Are We Adapting—and How Should We Adapt—to a Changing Climate? Explore the Answers at “Weathering the Storm: Boston’s Future Climate”
- May 09, 2014
- Get Outside for a Good Cause! Volunteer at The Nature Conservancy’s Drury Preserve Trail in Sheffield
- May 08, 2014
- The Nature Conservancy Hosts “Investing in Nature: Conservation and the Bottom Line,” part of the Future of Nature 2014 Boston Speaker Series
- March 18, 2014
- Join The Nature Conservancy for “7 Billion and Counting: Population and the Planet,” the First Event in This Year’s Future of Nature Speakers’ Series
- February 20, 2014
- Better Road-Stream Crossing Designs Can Help Prevent Road Wash-outs and Help Fish
- January 28, 2014
- Leading Conservation Organizations Offer Strong Support for State Sen. Marc R. Pacheco’s Climate Adaptation Bill
- January 13, 2014
- Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts statement in response to today’s state announcement of funds for dam removal and repair
- January 09, 2014
- Scituate fishermen pin hopes of cod-tagging project
- January 08, 2014
- Local Fishermen Lead Cod Research