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Enter to win a private birding opportunity with renowned ornithologist David Sibley.
See a slideshow and learn more about some of the fascinating plants and animals we are protecting around Ohio.
Watch this slideshow to see photos of some of Ohio's feathered inhabitants—big and small, endangered and common.
Shortly after the harmful algal bloom that polluted drinking water for 500,000 Toledo residents, Conservancy staff visited parts of the region to meet with local people affected by water quality problems.
Analysis of water samples taken from several locations on the Muskingum River in Ohio last fall have tested positive for the presence of Asian carp environmental DNA, also known as eDNA.
For many of our Conservancy staff members, nature isn't just a profession, it's a passion that they want to share with their children.
Know where and when to look to find Ohio's most fascinating spring migrants.
Carrie Vollmer-Sanders traveled recently to Washington, D.C. to be honored by President Barack Obama as part of the White House “Champions of Change” initiative. This program honors “ordinary Americans doing extraordinary things in their communities.”
As the endangered species act celebrates its 40th anniversary, check out these photos of endangered species we are working to protect in Ohio.
Check out some of the best places to enjoy Ohio's natural beauty.
It's the season of giving back & giving thanks. Here's one supporter's inspiring story. What's yours?
Go behind the scenes with staff on a bushwhacking expedition of Ohio's Sunshine Corridor.
Ohio's newest nature preserve protects beautiful Lake Erie marshland. Dive into the story
Help us show, through your photos, the irreplaceable value of Ohio's natural areas.
Read the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Ohio Landscapes, The Nature Conservancy's newsletter for the Buckeye State. Download
Because of you, 2012 was a banner year for conservation. See our successes in this slideshow
Banding egrets on a remote Lake Erie island may help guide future protection efforts
If we're not careful, food production can affect our water quality. See how.
Nature is resilient. Given the opportunity and a little help, it will fight its way back. Here are some highlights in Ohio.
In 2007 The Nature Conservancy launched an ambitious effort to recreate the meandering flow of Big Darby Creek's headwaters. View a slideshow of the project.
Explore how three Ohio chefs are making sure that what goes into your mouth is easy on the environment. See how delicious conservation can be!
We’re working with policymakers and businesses on numerous fronts to help illustrate the value of conservation to bottom lines and human well-being. Read the Highlights
The Conservancy has helped preserve many of our most beloved public lands and waters in Ohio. Explore the highlights.
How is the Conservancy protecting fish habitat in Lake Erie? Go on a fishing trip with us to find out.
Know where and when to look to find Ohio's most fascinating migrants. View the list.
No better way to “go local” than protecting nature where you live and work! Your donation stays in Ohio with this list
What’s the connection between Ohio's forests and the water we drink? Read more or watch a video about nature’s water purifiers.
This generation is beginning to appreciate the value of living forests. See how trees fight climate change and support livelihoods.
How do you create the largest tract of contiguous protected forestland in Ohio’s history? See how we're doing it.