Here's your chance to learn a little more about our amazing donors and employees.
This retired economist and attorney make a point of visiting Conservancy preserves wherever they go and have made a commitment to conservation by joining the Legacy Club.
Don Spude's first contact with The Nature Conservancy was in the 1970s at a hike at Toft's Point, a Conservancy preserve on Lake Michigan.
Betty Anne and Gary Schenk have spent a good part of their lives in exotic, tropical locales.
Bates chose the Conservancy for a couple of reasons: its reputation and it has the capacity to allow him to designate contributions to the Southeastern Coastal Plain, where he grew up.
This time around Nancy, who is a long term TNC supporter, is helping us tell a story that is very important for our Chapter.
Sometimes you just fall into the perfect job by accident.
"Habitat restoration is one the greatest conservation challenges."
"Someone put a drip torch in my hand, and it was love at first sight."
When Mike Norris arrived in the Sandhills a decade ago, he thought things looked a bit monotonous.