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Birmingham high school students are working with The Nature Conservancy and partners to transform vacant lots into natural space and find empowerment in the process. It's an example of partnerships and communities helping cities thrive.
Birmingham hands Birmingham high school students are working with The Nature Conservancy and partners to transform vacant lots into natural space and find empowerment in the process. It's an example of partnerships and communities helping cities thrive. © The Nature Conservancy (Devan King)

Nature Needs You

We have years, not decades, to solve the climate and biodiversity crises. We can get there, but only if we work together. There are so many ways you can get involved and do your part to support a world where people and nature thrive together. Join us.

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    Visit Our Nature Preserves

    The Nature Conservancy’s network of protected lands host rare plants and animals and serve as living laboratories for conservation innovation. Many preserves are open for recreation, including hiking. Explore preserves near you!

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    Take an Action Pledge

    Make your voice heard on the urgent issues facing our planet. Visit our Action Center to easily contact your elected officials and sign a pledge. Take action right now!

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    Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

    Earth Day isn't just another day on our calendar—it's our community and our cause. Join us in April (or whenever!) to get inspired by people around the world standing up for nature. Turn your hope into action.

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    Mark Your Calendar: Volunteer Opportunities and Events Near You

    Remove invasive plants with your family. Leverage your skills and interests to make a difference. Tour our preserves and meet new friends. There are so many ways you can show up for nature! Find upcoming volunteer opportunities and events.

Looking for other ways to get involved?

Donate today and you’ll fund direct conservation and advocacy work where it's needed most urgently. Your generous support puts the best conservation science into action right now, so we can take on the biggest, most complex challenges of our lives.