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The Legacy Club

Web Talks

Legacy Club and Loyal Supporter Webinar Series

A bright green fern frond.
Broad beech fern Growing in the Cumberland forest part of a project that protects 253,000 acres of Appalachian forest and is one of TNC’s largest-ever conservation efforts in the eastern U.S. © Steven David Johnson

Forests, Communities and Hope

How your support is empowering a sustainable
future in the Amazon and Appalachians

The Amazon rainforest and the Appalachian Mountains are each crucial for our planet's future. Together, they store over 51 billion tons of carbon and provide key habitats for many species—making them critical for mitigating climate change and preserving biodiversity. Meet TNC conservation leaders and community members to learn how TNC and our partners are using innovative solutions to address complex challenges in both regions. Find recordings for both webinars on the past webinars tab.

Amazon
Amazon Rainforest An aerial view of a portion of the remaining Amazon rainforest at São Félix do Xingu, a municipality that has one of the highest rates of deforestation in the country. © Haroldo Palo Jr.
Cumberland Gap
Appalachian Mountains The Cumberland Forest Project protects 253,000 acres of Appalachian forest and is one of TNC's largest-ever conservation efforts in the eastern U.S. © Cameron Davidson
Amazon Rainforest An aerial view of a portion of the remaining Amazon rainforest at São Félix do Xingu, a municipality that has one of the highest rates of deforestation in the country. © Haroldo Palo Jr.
Appalachian Mountains The Cumberland Forest Project protects 253,000 acres of Appalachian forest and is one of TNC's largest-ever conservation efforts in the eastern U.S. © Cameron Davidson

Past Webinars

If you have questions about recordings, email webcast@tnc.org to connect with our stewardship team and get more information.

Forests, Communities and Hope

Appalachian Mountains | June 7, 2022 | The Appalachian Mountains’ landscape covers over 2,000 miles of land vital for biodiversity conservation and climate change mitigation. Our projects and partnerships throughout the expanse of this iconic region protect nature for present and future generations while providing economic, energy and recreational development opportunities for local communities. Meet TNC conservation leaders to learn how TNC and our partners are using innovative solutions to address complex challenges in the Appalachians.

Forests, Communities and Hope: Brazilian Amazon The future of the world is intimately linked to the forests, savannas and wetlands of Brazil. Striking a balance between economic output and environmental stewardship is key to its conservation. Meet TNC leaders to learn how TNC and our partners are addressing these challenges.

Brazilian Amazon | May 24, 2022 | The future of the world is intimately linked to the forests, savannas and wetlands of Brazil. Striking a balance between economic output and environmental stewardship is key to preserving the Amazon rainforest. The Nature Conservancy is working with local communities, government agencies and other partners to ensure a sustainable future in the Amazon. Meet TNC conservation leaders to learn how TNC and our partners are using innovative solutions to address complex challenges in the Brazilian Amazon.

Forests, Communities and Hope: Brazilian Amazon The future of the world is intimately linked to the forests, savannas and wetlands of Brazil. Striking a balance between economic output and environmental stewardship is key to its conservation. Meet TNC leaders to learn how TNC and our partners are addressing these challenges.

Tiger Creek Preserve, Florida

May 2022 | Take an online excursion through the ancient islands of Lake Wales Ridge—peninsular Florida’s oldest and highest physical feature—to explore blackwater streams, hardwood swamps, scrubby flatwoods, hammocks and longleaf pine habitat. It’s a land that must be burned to thrive and it shelters one of the country’s highest concentrations of threatened and endangered plants and animals. Along our journey, we’ll learn about the importance of this ecosystem to water recharge and the innovative conservation projects that reach beyond the preserve.

Virtual Field Trip: Tiger Creek Preserve, Florida Explore the ancient islands of Lake Wales Ridge—peninsular Florida’s oldest and highest physical feature—to explore blackwater streams, scrubby flatwoods and longleaf pine habitat. Learn about the importance of this ecosystem to water recharge and conservation beyond the preserve.