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A broad plain with a meandering river and cliffs on one side.
San Juan River The San Juan River flows through Navajo Lake State Park in northwestern New Mexico. © Erika Nortemann/TNC
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Our hearts go out to all who are affected by fires in Hawaiʻi

Fires destroyed Lāhainā, a vibrant coastal community on Maui, and fires in other parts of Maui burned homes and forests. Fires on Hawaiʻi Island burned more than a thousand acres. Although our teams are safe and our preserves are not impacted, the devastation is staggering. It is heartbreaking for Lāhainā and painful for all of us. You can help by donating to the recovery effort.

Make a Difference in New Mexico

For more than 40 years, people like you have helped The Nature Conservancy protect more than 1.5 million acres of New Mexico’s forests, rivers and grasslands. We’re building on a conservation legacy to help solve today’s biggest conservation challenges from climate change and habitat loss to protecting clean water. Together we’re stronger!

Conservation Highlight

Our Gila River Conservation Work

Wild & Free—Saving the Gila River (6:25) New Mexico's Gila River is one of the last free-flowing rivers in the southwest United States, attracting magnificent wildlife to its waters. See why and how groups like The Nature Conservancy are working with partners to keep this river wild and free.