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Adapting for Nature: Conservation to Meet the Moment

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Oyster Aquaculture Oyster farmer Tim Henry (right) (Bay Point Oyster Company) and his employee Ken Smaldone haul an oyster cage onto their pontoon boat at their farm in Little Bay in Durham, New Hampshire. © 2020 Jerry and Marcy Monkman/EcoPhotography
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Looking to the Horizon

From hard times come resolve and resilience. In this issue of your summer 2021 Inside Nature newsletter, read how your support allowed TNC’s staff and partners to adjust conservation strategies to adapt to the challenges of a changing world. With vision, perserverance and flexibilityand most importantly, with your supportwe can continue to make the world a better place. Thank you for all you do for conservation. We couldn’t do it without you.

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Explore more on-the-ground conservation success stories from around the globe.

Sunset on the salt marsh at Lubberland Creek Preserve in Newmarket, New Hampshire.
Lubberland Creek Preserve Sunset on the salt marsh at Lubberland Creek Preserve in Newmarket, New Hampshire. © Jerry & Marcy Monkman, www.ecophotography.com