Follensby Pond Transforms Conservation—Again
In a historic agreement, The Nature Conservancy and New York State protect Follensby Pond and create an innovative freshwater research preserve in the Adirondacks.
Together, We Find a Way: New York Impact 2023
In New York and beyond, we work to conserve nature, address climate change and enable equitable conservation. Here is an overview of our impact in 2023.
Climate Resilience Grant Program
Supporting New York-based organizations, municipalities and State and Federally Recognized Tribal Nations, the Climate Resilience Grant Program provides grants to fight climate change.
Harnessing the Power of Tree Canopy in NYC
Neighborhood specific fact sheets on tree canopy and expanding it equitably, to help New Yorkers as we face climate change
Sharing Power to Heal Our World
The Nature Conservancy gathers for its second Voice, Choice & Action (VCA) Gathering at the heart of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.
The Collective Stand of Forest for All NYC
A broad coalition of organizations collaborate to equitably achieve 30% tree canopy cover by 2035.
A Collective Effort to Help Eelgrass Adapt to Climate Change
The Nature Conservancy in New York uses an innovative restoration technique to help eelgrass adapt more quickly to changing ocean conditions due to climate change.
New York Passes Prop 1: the Clean Water, Clean Air and Green Jobs Bond Act
New Yorkers approved New York’s $4.2 billion Clean Water, Clean Air and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act in the general election.
Places We Protect
Find Our Preserves & Places We Protect
From Long Island to New York City to the Adirondacks and the Great Lakes and beyond, our work extends far and wide across the state.