Closeup view of turkey tail fungus growing on a mossy log.
Turkey tail fungus Fall is a wonderful time of year to discover the colors and beauty of fungus in Ohio! © Emily Speelman

Make a Difference in Ohio

For more than 60 years, people like you have helped The Nature Conservancy protect nearly 65,000 acres of Ohio's lakes, forests, winding rivers and rolling hills. We’re building on that legacy and bringing people together to help solve today’s biggest conservation challenges from climate change and habitat loss to protecting clean water. Together we’re stronger!

Places We Protect

From wetlands and rivers to forests and prairies, TNC is protecting Ohio's most biodiverse places throughout the state. Learn more about our preserves and plan your visit today!

Wetland habitat at Morgan Swamp Preserve.
A field of blue lupine blooming at Kitty Todd Nature Preserve.
Waterfall as seen through the trees at the Helen C. Black Trail at Cedar Falls Preserve.
Boardwalk trail extends into lush forest at Brown's Lake Bog Preserve.
View across Snow Lake  in autumn at Lucia S. Nash Preserve with red and gold trees along the banks.