The Nature Conservancy’s mission is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. In New York, we work to fulfill this mission by protecting key habitats and addressing critical impacts.
We work to promote key policy actions that support conservation in New York. Learn more.
Higher-than-ever funding for conservation is included in the New York State Budget. Learn more.
Protecting Long Island's water is one of our top priorities in New York. Learn more.
Plan 2014 for Lake Ontario is a common-sense management plan that needs our support. Learn more.
Show your support for a bill limiting waste from disposable bags in New York City. Learn more.
We're studying lake trout in the Adirondack's deepest, coldest lakes to learn more about climate change. Learn more.
We're developing new tools to help planners, policymakers and conservationists make informed decisions. Find them here.
Our first-of-its-kind case study shows how nature-based infrastructure could help protect urban communities from the impacts of climate-related storms. Learn more.
Could songbirds be the key to understanding air pollution in New York? Read more.
A new study shows that both lake shores and urban wilds are critical to migratory birds. Learn more.
We are at the forefront of addressing invasive species through prevention, early detection and policy initiatives. Learn more.