A closeup view of wildflowers in a field with Mt. Hood in the background.
Wildflowers on Mt. Hood Wildflowers bloom in the foothills of Mt. Hood, Oregon. © Kayla Sulak

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Conservation Impact: Highlights From Our Strategic Plan

Celebrating successes of the last five years.

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Between protecting estuaries on the Oregon Coast, working with ranchers in Wallowa County, reconnecting the Willamette River, restoring tidal wetlands, advocating for key legislation, and more, the last 5 years have been a busy time for The Nature Conservancy in Oregon. As we look towards new challenges and inspire transformative change at this urgent time for nature, we take a moment to reflect on just a few highlights the last 5 years of conservation work across Oregon.

Conservation Wins (6:44) Travel with us across the state to visit a few of the places we work and meet some of the people responsible for protecting and restoring nature in Oregon.
Portrait of Jim Desmond, State Director, TNC in Oregon
Jim Desmond Jim Desmond, director of the Oregon chapter of The Nature Conservancy © Tim Jewett

"Despite the many challenges facing us today, our vision for the future is a hopeful one. Grounded in science and powered by your support, our vision is bold but achievable. We are working toward a future where all Oregonians benefit equally from clean air and water, our state helps lead the way in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and our most critical lands and waters are connected, protected, and managed to sustain nature in the face of climate change."

—Jim Desmond, State Director, The Nature Conservancy in Oregon