In Idaho, we're bringing people together to drive transformational change and tackle the biggest conservation challenges. Our work is focused on areas where we can have the greatest impact: Agriculture, Land & Water, and Climate. We invite you to join the effort. Together, we can create a world where people and nature thrive.
Diane Moore Nature Center Preserve Finds a Partner in The Nature Conservancy
This partnership with Boise State University's Intermountain Bird Observatory presents an opportunity to advance both organizations' goals of habitat restoration, outdoor accessibility and conservation education.
The Nature Conservancy in Idaho Acquires Property in Teton Valley for Land and Water Conservation
Launched as the Teton Creek Land & Water Project, the acquisition enables a unique opportunity to conserve valued landscapes and improve streamflow for the benefit of Yellowstone cutthroat trout.
BLM Acquires Cougar Bay from The Nature Conservancy
This next step in our partnership ensures sensitive lakefront wildlife habitat will remain undeveloped while continuing to offer community recreational opportunities.
Demonstration Farm Launches to Inspire Adoption of Sustainable Practices
Partnering with a local farmer near Twin Falls, ID, TNC is launching a 30-acre demonstration farm to showcase the environmental and economic benefits of regenerative agriculture practices.
TNC Begins Major Enhancement at Silver Creek Preserve
Infrastructure improvements are part of a comprehensive five-year project to enhance the overall visitor experience, expand education opportunities and continue habitat restoration.
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TNC has helped to conserve more than 400,000 acres from the forests of North Idaho, to the desert canyonlands of the Owyhees, and to the grasslands of the Greater Yellowstone.
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