Explore North Dakota!
From scientists to members, grasslands to wetlands, see what The Nature Conservancy has been doing to protect North Dakota. Happy Exploring!
Learn how The Nature Conservancy is restoring bison to North Dakota and the Great Plains. Learn More.
See a slideshow of some of the feathered and furry animals who are active during winter in the Dakotas.
New program for college graduates will help jumpstart careers in grasslands conservation.
Our John E. Williams Preserve is one of the best breeding and nesting sites for threatened piping plovers.
The Conservancy is protecting one of the world’s least protected, most imperiled habitats in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
North Dakota’s natural resources are key to its economy and its quality of life.
Why do you love nature? Read one supporter’s story and share your own.
The Nature Conservancy offers great hunting opportunities at its North Dakota preserves.
We are so thankful for all who supported our Nature Now Campaign. With your support, we can continue to protect the many wild places in our state.
From the Badlands to the Prairie Pothole Region, North Dakota has a wealth of natural areas that are worth protecting. See a slideshow of some of the state's best and most beautiful lands and waters.
Learn about our goal to protect 1 million acres of prairies and wetlands during the next 10 years.
Learn how Prairie Ecologist Marissa Ahlering is studying grazing practices that are compatible with grassland bird conservation.
Read an interview with North Dakota’s new prairie ecologist, Marissa Ahlering
Read an interview with North Dakota’s freshwater Ecologist,
Dr. Kristen Blann
A Conservancy of North Dakota member reflects on nature and spirituality