In 2014, The Nature Conservancy in Mississippi will be celebrating 25 years as a state chapter. Working alongside Mississippi’s citizens, businesses, government agencies and other organizations, we’ve worked to continue to improve and protect some of the most amazing places in our nation, and plants and animals that are some of the most rare on Earth.
If you have photos or memories of the Conservancy’s work you’d like to share, please send them to Mississippi@tnc.org.
Check back as we continue to build our ‘silver anniversary’ celebration—and thank you for your support thus far!
How exciting! A recent study of the Conservancy's history in our state revealed the Conservancy has been working in Mississippi since 1965!
Did you know the Conservancy has been active in Mississippi for much longer than 25 years?
Partnering for over 25 years to preserve the Pascagoula River.
A lot has happened in the Pascagoula River area since 1975.
The Conservancy has partnered with Camp Shelby since 2000.