The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy
652 Peter Jefferson Parkway
Charlottesville, VA 22911
Director of Philanthropy
Director of Communications and Marketing
Media Relations Manager
Volunteer Program Manager
Contact our community based conservation programs
Allegheny Highlands Office
420 Forestry Road
Hot Springs, VA 24445
Clinch Valley Office
146 East Main Street
Abingdon, VA 24210
Richmond Office (Chesapeake Bay, Government Relations, Virginia Pinelands Programs)
530 E. Main St, Suite 800
Richmond, VA 23219
Virginia Coast Reserve Office
As a First Step to Fight Sea Level Rise, Virginia Beach Wants to Plant More Trees
Virginia Beach's forests, including Back Bay, play an outsized role in the city's fight against flooding. More nature and green infrastructure strategies could help according to a recent study from Virginia Tech and The Nature Conservancy.
Hiking the Highlands: Pristine Waters At Bottom Creek Gorge
Take a virtual tour of Bottom Creek Gorge Preserve, a natural gem tucked away in Montgomery County, VA.
Shore Perspectives: Margaret Van Clief
In this video, VCR's Outreach and Education Coordinator Margaret Van Clief shares her perspective working and playing in nature.
Preserving and expanding Virginia Beach’s forests is key in fight against flooding-study
A first-of-its-kind study co-authored by TNC examines the potential of forest cover in Virginia Beach to reduce flooding in the region—with hope that the findings and modeling can eventually be applied to flood prone areas across the globe.
Protecting Virginia Forests from Wildfires
Virginia's fire practitioners discuss how controlled burns, partnership and collaboration come together to make Virginia's forests healthier and more resilient.
DMME announces federal grant for St. Paul-area trail upgrades
A recently announced $222,000 federal grant will help fund upgrades to the Mountain View Trail System in southwest Virginia. TNC's Clinch Valley Program has worked with the Spearhead Trails organization to identify ways to develop recreational hiking and ATV trails while helping improve water quality and natural features.
The Power of Conservation
The Virginia Coast Reserve is highlighted, celebrating 50 years of community based conservation on the Eastern Shore.
Connect with The Nature Conservancy Worldwide
The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. We are impacting conservation in 79 countries and territories—protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs, from Australia to Alaska to Zambia