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To learn about the innovative strategies our conservation staff are developing and the priority places where they are being put into action, visit How We Work. Below are stories about individual conservation projects designed to protect and transform, and the people who inspire our work.
We all use wood, paper and products made from trees, but we love our forests and need them to stay healthy and abundant. Sustainable forestry and certification programs can help foresters maximize their long-term economic potential while protecting the ecological integrity and diversity of our northern forests.
Scientists from The Nature Conservancy and the Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources are trying new experimental procedures to safely and ecologically reduce aquatic invasive plants in inland lakes.
People like you. Read why Michigan’s leading foundations, philanthropists and private supporters give to The Nature Conservancy to protect dunes, freshwater and precious places for wildlife and nature.
Explore the great outdoors this season by getting outside or enjoying a slideshow right now! Stay warm watching these frosty pictures from around the Great Lakes.
The snowy owl and other magnificent creatures thrive in winter. Watch a wonderful wildlife slideshow of our furry and feathered friends in the north woods.
See a slideshow featuring partners pulling together to test new methods of controlling aquatic invasive plants.
From frogs to fungi, nature thrives at the woods and waters found at McMahon Lake.
See a stunning vista above Lake Superior before exploring the forest floor and river below that supports a spectacular array of plants and wildlife.
Explore this remote preserve at Michigan’s northernmost tip where the horizon never ends.
- January 20, 2017
- $10 deal will turn closed GM foundry & landfill in Michigan into urban park
- November 04, 2016
- Newberry students witness ceremonial tree felling for NCAA Final Four basketball courts
- October 27, 2016
- Michigan Dune Alliance helps protect Michigan's iconic sand dunes from invasive species
- October 18, 2016
- Wildlife refuge could play role in revitalizing struggling urban area
- September 15, 2016
- Four-year Project Develops Information to Help Improve Stream Health across the Western Lake Erie Basin
- September 02, 2016
- Protecting the Saginaw Bay Watershed & the Headwaters of the Shiawassee River
- August 25, 2016
- Nooks and crannies: Project rebuilds spawning habitats in Grand Traverse Bay
- July 05, 2016
- NASA joins fight against invasive Great Lakes shoreline plant
- July 03, 2016
- New Trustees for The Nature Conservancy's Michigan Chapter