The Nature Conservancy in Michigan works to protect and preserve the Great Lakes State for future generations, and our conservation work is grounded in strong science. Meet some of the experts, key partners, and supporters who help us protect nature and preserve life.
The next generation isn't waiting to get involved in conservation. Meet some of tomorrow's leaders.
For more than 25 years, Helen Taylor has worked tirelessly to conserve the Great Lakes and Michigan.
A global survey of parents and kids reveals that nature is not just "something to do," it is a crucial part of growth. We asked some of our staff who are also parents to weigh in on the importance of "growing up wild!"
From Grand Traverse Bay to the Erie Canal, applied ecologist Dr. Andrew Tucker’s focus on the prevention, surveillance, and control of aquatic invasive species is playing a key role in protecting the biodiversity of the Great Lakes.
The chair of Michigan’s board of trustees does more than give lip service to conservation. From leading top executives in understanding the connection between our economy and ecology to hiking 460 miles across the UP in 2006, Tom Cook talks the talk and walks the walk.
Dr. Patrick Doran talks about the personal and professional challenges behind leading a dynamic team in Michigan and the Great Lakes.