Conservancy supporter Sarah Kaizer showcases imperiled creatures through her artwork. Explore the exhibit and learn how we are protecting these species.
How does the health of PA’s waterways affect the Chesapeake Bay? Discover the connection and find out how the Conservancy and partners are helping. Read More
Because of you, 2012 was a banner year for conservation. See our successes in this slideshow
The ridge and valley portion of Pennsylvania¹s Endless Mountains, Poconos and Pennsylvania Wilds regions could protect nature in the face of climate change. Discover How
Read the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Penn’s Woods, The Nature Conservancy's newsletter for the Keystone State. Download
Pennsylvania is home to spectacular landscapes. Help us, through your photos!
The Central Appalachians boast one of the most biologically rich temperate broadleaf deciduous forests in the world. In fact, it’s second only to that of China’s. Learn more
If human athletes went head-to-head with nature's athletes, who would get the gold?
This generation is beginning to appreciate the value of living forests. See how trees fight climate change and support livelihoods.
Nature is resilient. Given the opportunity and a little help, it will fight its way back. This is South Mountain’s story
Conservancy scientists are conducting research to better understand how energy development could transform Pennsylvania’s forests and waters. Discover how we’re powering up our conservation efforts
The Nature Conservancy is pioneering ways to bring its science-based and pragmatic conservation approach to the most important environmental debate of our generation—a debate that involves anyone who ever flips a light switch. See Our Bright Ideas
From its headwaters in New York’s Otsego Lake, to Havre de Grace, Maryland where it feeds the Chesapeake Bay, the Susquehanna River is in a constant state of flux. Learn why this is important
No better way to “go local” than protecting nature where you live and work! Your donation stays in Pennsylvania with this list
The Conservancy recently restored vernal pools at its Forest Pools Preserve in hopes of rejuvenating populations of amphibians and other wildlife that depend on these temporary ponds. Take a look at vernal pools and the wildlife they support
What’s the connection between Pennsylvania’s forests and the water we drink? Forests help keep our drinking water clean long before it arrives at the water treatment plant. Read more or watch a video about how forests act as nature’s water purifiers.
Test your knowledge of forests and climate change in Pennsylvania with our interactive climate change quiz! Can you answer all of the following questions and get a perfect score!
Today’s conservationist is protecting the environment at a whole new level – from preserving specific places of biologic diversity to influencing government action to determining where to make financial investments that provide lasting results for a sustainable planet. Learn through our Q&A how we are are making a difference in Pennsylvania and around the globe.