A yellow bird with a black face perches on a slender stalk of dry marsh grass.
American Goldfinch American Goldfinch at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Kent County, Delaware. © Steven Sutter

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  • New Funding Announced to Support Advanced Nutrient Management in Chesapeake Watershed

    Press Release | September 21, 2020

    Mid-Atlantic 4R Association announces a grant award of nearly $1 million dollar over 3-years from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to increase advanced nutrient management practices on farms in Delaware, Pennsylvania and Maryland. The grant will support TNC and our agribusiness partners to identify opportunities for advanced practices on at least 30,000 acres by engaging over 300 individual farmers. Mid-Atlantic 4R is a partnership of agribusinesses, researchers, government agencies, and conservation groups (including TNC) that work with local farmers to ensure that they are managing their nutrients to help ensure cleaner local rivers and a healthier Chesapeake Bay.

  • New beer from Hershey brewer to benefit critical wild spaces

    Penn Live | August 18, 2020

    Trail Day, a new limited-edition beer from Troegs Independent Brewing in Hershey, will help protect Pennsylvania’s ecologically important Kittatinny Ridge. TNC is partnering with Troegs in the limited-edition release.

  • The Great American Outdoors Act

    Pittsburgh Current | July 28, 2020

    A prominent Pennsylvanian, Maurice K. Goddard was instrumental in creating the original Land and Water Conservation Fund. For fifty-three years, the LWCF has provided billions for conservation projects with the monies split between the Federal agencies and the states. It has been America’s most important tool for meeting conservation and recreation needs, from iconic national parks and wildlife refuges to sacred battlefields and historic sites, working forests, critically endangered species habitats, and neighborhood playgrounds and recreation facilities.

  • Young environmental fellows connect communities to nature

    Philly Voice | July 20, 2020

    This article profiles members of the Alliance for Watershed Education of the Delaware River Fellows Program. Charlye Stewart works with TNC’s Stream Stewards program and First State National Historical Park in Wilmington, focusing on a series of informative videos to raise awareness of issues of the Brandywine Creek, local dam removals and the return of the American shad, a native migratory fish.

  • Nature Conservancy preserves land near Appalachian Trail

    Reading Eagle | July 6, 2020

    A 127-acre land addition to state game lands in West Penn Township, Schuylkill County, is expected to have a far-reaching impact on the Appalachian Trail, migratory birds and water protection. The parcel, purchased by the PA/DE chapter, transferred to the Pennsylvania Game Commission and has been added to State Game Lands 217.

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