The Nature Conservancy has teamed up with Students of the World — an organization that brings young film makers together for storytelling projects — to visit some of the places where we are working to keep people healthy and secure from changes to our planet
Learn about a Nature Conservancy project to build man-made off-shore reefs, giving baby oysters a place to grow while reducing wave energy.
“These rivers can come up pretty quick and … do some serious damage if you’re in the way.” - John Krist, CEO, Ventura County Farm Bureau
Watch to learn how The Nature Conservancy is working to use low-lying areas to absorb floods and manage the river for all.
“My Dad’s a fisherman… I actually wanted to be a fisherman…” - Orlando Harvey, Marine Biologist, Tobago Cays Marine Park
The people of Grenada are seeing fewer fish and rising seas. Learn how The Nature Conservancy is protecting coral reefs – important wave barriers and nurseries for fish.
Watch the film to learn how the roots of mangroves – the trees of the sea – held strong, and how a Conservancy-sponsored program is protecting these natural buffers against storms.
Since Chiapas, Mexico, farmers and ranchers began working with The Nature Conservancy, they’ve stopped cutting so many trees and started planting them to reduce crop damage and improve yield.
“The Jemez mountain range means so much to us…It’s a matter of who we are as people.” – Walter Dasheno, Governor, Santa Clara Pueblo
Learn how The Nature Conservancy is using fire to help keep New Mexico forests resilient against drought and wildfires that are occurring more frequently.