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As floods throughout the Mississippi River Basin become more destructive and unpredictable, communities are changing tactics to give the water a place to go.
By Jenny Rogers
A collection of photography from around the Mississippi River Basin that depicts what life is like in disparate parts of this important and vast river system.
By Rolaine Ossman
Every year during Botswana’s dry season, the Okavango Delta explodes with life. To safeguard one of the largest wetlands in the world, TNC is starting at the source.
By Julian Smith
Chris Helzer, director of science for The Nature Conservancy in Nebraska, trains his camera on myriad native bee species, which play a pivotal role in the health of the state’s remaining prairies.
By Amy Crawford
Explore the best work of The Nature Conservancy in the United States and around the globe.
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