More than 700 Oregonians help the Conservancy protect and restore important habitats each year. We invite you to enjoy a few of their inspiring stories and join our team today — your story could be next!
See how our volunteers made a difference for Oregon's lands and waters in 2013.
Congratulations and thanks to David Gross and Gordon Lyford for their dedication to conservation.
For Philip Bayles, yesterday’s childhood hobby is today’s innovative restoration tool. Read more
Congratulations to our 2012 Volunteers of the Year: Susan Healy and Morgan Parks. Read More
Watch a slide show and discover what inspires these top Oregon photographers. Read More
Find out (some of) what our 2012 AmeriCorps Conservation Team’s been up to this year. Read More
Stellar volunteer and Legacy Club member works hard to restore (and share) an urban gem. Read More
Congratulations to our 2011 Volunteers of the Year: David Gent and Myleen Richardson. Read More
Kids young and old restored habitats together at our first-ever Oregon work party for families. Read More
Crater Lake High School science students helped restore a living laboratory (and studied it, too!). Read More
Congratulations to Brenda and Mark Wittwer and Doug White, 2010 Volunteers of the Year. Read More
The Nature Conservancy and AmeriCorps are partners in protecting habitats across Oregon. Read More
Thanks to Walt Mintkeski, new solar awnings are helping power our Portland office. Read More
Learn the story behind the image as photographer Rick McEwan spends a day at Williamson River Delta Preserve. Read More
How is aspen restoration key to wild salmon recovery? David Harrison knows. Read More