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Celebrating 25 years as we look toward the next 25 years of conservation in Mississippi. Download the Mississippi Annual Report 2014, PDF (693K)
Learn about the first Pascagoula purchase and jugging techniques on the Mississippi River. Download the Mississippi October/November 2014 Newsletter. PDF (1275K)
Celebrating our 25th Anniversary with boots on the ground and living shorelines. Download the Aug/Sept 2014 Newsletter to learn more. PDF (1891K)
How can a conservation easement protect your land? Download the June/July 2014 Newsletter and find out. PDF (349K)
How can a two-year-old gopher tortoise look like a five-year-old tortoise? Download the April/May 2014 Newsletter and find out. PDF (325K)
Join us as we look back over 25 years of conservation in Mississippi. Download the Feb/March 2014 Newsletter PDF (268K)
Find out what corn and cotton have to do with conservation. Download Nov/Dec 2013 Newsletter PDF (317K)
Join us as we celebrate the Mississippi Chapter's 25th Anniversary and find out how you can help shape the future of Mississippi. Download Annual Report 2013 PDF (710K)
Find out what drives the Conservancy staff and their work in Mississippi and elsewhere on Earth. Download Mississippi Milestones 2013 PDF (331K)
Our conservation work doesn’t stop when the thermometer climbs. See what’s new in Mississippi by checking out our July/August newsletter. Download your copy here PDF (303K)
Check out our archives to learn more about the Conservancy's work in Mississippi.
Science Program Areas
Restoring and Protecting Lands Across Mississippi
Improving and Protecting Our Rivers and Streams
Conserving Our Coast and the Gulf of Mexico
Conserving Important Wetland and Aquatic Habitats for the Future
A voluntary land retirement program helping agricultural producers protect environmentally sensitive land, decrease erosion, restore wildlife habitat and safeguard ground and surface water.
This project demonstrates techniques to reduce pollution and stabilize eroding river banks.
The Conservancy works with the military at Camp Shelby to protect endangered species.
Review this poster to find out why this once common gopher frog can only be found in two locations in Mississippi.
Learn about the amazing history of protecting the beautiful Pascagoula River and it's inhabitants that started in the 1970s.
This poster summarizes threats and actions relating to the protection of this tiny fish.