Protecting the lands and waters on which all life depends is The Nature Conservancy's mission, and we are doing just that in Louisiana. Since 1951, The Nature Conservancy has worked with communities around the world to protect these resources. Your support for The Nature Conservancy in Louisiana makes our conservation work possible in this great state, and together we are making a difference for the future.
Louisiana Nature Conservancy Names New State Director
The Nature Conservancy is pleased to announce Karen Gautreaux as its new State Director of the Louisiana Chapter.
Healthy Rivers, Delicious Oysters
A new project aims to understand how climate change, upstream water use, and water management decisions affect oysters in the Gulf of Mexico.
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See the Places We Protect in Louisiana
From the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico, from the longleaf pine savannas to the Atchafalaya, we've been working to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.