The Nature Conservancy has worked to conserve Oklahoma’s magnificent landscapes and unique biodiversity since 1986. Using a strategic, science-based planning process, called Conservation by Design, we identify landscapes that, if conserved, promise to conserve biodiversity over the long term. The Oklahoma Chapter owns or protects 12 preserves totaling almost 77,000 acres (120 square miles).
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From the prairies to the Ozarks, The Nature Conservancy of Oklahoma is working throughout the state to protect some of the most beautiful places and resources found in nature. But we couldn't do it without the support that our members and donors provide every day.
Thank you so much for supporting our work! Without you we cannot develop creative, efficient solutions that make The Nature Conservancy of Oklahoma the organization it is. Check out our 2013 Annual Report to learn about our recent accomplishments thanks to you!
PAWHUSKA, OK — This week, the 20th Annual Bison Roundup at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve concluded with a total count of 2,642 bison, 632 of which were calves. Consisting of almost 40,000 acres near Pawhuska in Osage County, the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve is the largest protected remnant of tallgrass prairie left in the world!
State Director, Mike Fuhr, held a photography workshop at the Nickel Preserve's Cedar Hollow.
Explore Ada visited the Pontotoc Ridge Preserve to find out what is so special about this ecological region.
Oklahoma Gardening visits the JT Nickel Preserve to get the inside scoop on its native plants and prairie restoration.
Prairie restoration efforts at the J.T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve near Tahlequah, OK.