The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy
652 Peter Jefferson Parkway
Charlottesville, VA 22911
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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
Healthy Forests Make Better Beer
Teaming up with The Nature Conservancy for its OktoberForest initiative, Richmond breweries like Hardywood and Lickinghole Creek promote awareness about the connection between healthy forests and brewing beer.
Increase funding for Virginia's natural resources
In this Op-Ed, former TNC-Virginia Trustee Anna Lawson highlights the unique natural treasures of the Roanoke region and advocates for additional funding to protect these resources for generations to come.
Rebecca Rubin Joins The Nature Conservancy’s Virginia Board of Trustees
The Nature Conservancy in Virginia announced today that Rebecca Rubin, longtime resident of Fredericksburg, has joined its state chapter as the newest member of its board of trustees. Rubin is the founder, president and CEO of Marstel-Day, LLC, an international natural resources and environmental consulting company based in Fredericksburg
Commonwealth Marks Third Annual Virginia Public Lands Day
In this editorial, TNC Virginia Executive Director Locke Ogens notes that Public Lands Day is an excellent opportunity to highlight Virginia’s incredible natural resources and offers a reminder that Governor Northam's pledge to increase state funding for natural resources is ultimately what will allow Virginia to meet its land conservation and water quality goals.
Commonwealth and TNC Partner to Permanently Protect 22,856 Acres in Southwest Virginia
Announcement of a partnership between TNC, the Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF), and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to permanently protect 22,856 acres of forest land in Russell County in southwest Virginia through the largest open space easement ever recorded in the Commonwealth.
One form of carbon cap-and-trade is alive and well in Virginia
Carbon capture has become a popular way of combating the influx of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. The Nature Conservancy’s Clinch Valley Program in Abingdon, which oversees six forest carbon projects covering almost 145,000 acres in Virginia.
Why seagrass beds are vital to health of coastal waters
Thanks to a massive restoration project led by TNC, VIMS, and UVA's Eastern Shore laboratory, nearly 7,200 acres of underwater grass now supports marine life from crabs and fish to bay scallops and seahorses.
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 72 countries—protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs, from Australia to Alaska to Zambia