The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. For more than 60 years, we've been working in Florida to do just that. The Nature Conservancy owns and manages approximately 55,159 acres in Florida including four preserves that are open to the public.
TNC Florida Launches Initiative to Protect Snapper and Grouper Fisheries
The “Deck to Depth” program encourages sustainable fishing practices through the use of descending devices to support healthy snapper and grouper fisheries.
TNC and Partners Conserve Ravensworth Farms
TNC and partners protect Ravensworth Farms with a conservation easement on the 1,069-acre cattle ranch, prohibiting development and preserving critical habitat.
Effective Forest Management Saves Research Station from Oregon’s Bootleg Fire
A call for help went out to TNC’s expert fire managers all over the country to assist with saving Oregon's Sycan Marsh Preserve. North Florida program manager and 20-year fire practitioner David Printiss assisted with firefighting efforts.
Oyster Reef Construction Begins
TNC and partners begin oyster reef construction in Pensacola's East and Blackwater Bays to help restore oysters to the region. This is the largest scale estuarine habitat restoration undertaken by TNC in Florida.
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For more than 60 years, The Nature Conservancy has worked to protect lands and waters in Florida. TNC manages approximately 55,159 acres in the state including four preserves.