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Throughout human history, nature has inspired art. Today, many modern artists use music, paint, and other mediums to shine a light on the challenges facing the lands and waters they hold dear. In this issue of your Legacy newsletter, meet a few artists and conservationists from around the world who are using their art to help nature.
Painting for the Future
Takeyce Walter has dedicated herself to helping other people, especially children, experience and express the joy and wonder of nature and art.
A tree-planting initiative supports healthy communities across the U.S., and a stream in Arizona defies the odds and flows year-round.
Solving the biodiversity crisis and taking meaningful, rapid action to address climate change is going to require a collective global effort—and art in all its forms can inspire people to get involved and use their talents and voices for nature.
Newsletter Article Archive
Explore more on-the-ground conservation success stories from around the globe.
A Legacy for People and Nature
Few aspirations are nobler than wanting to leave the world a better place. We are honored and inspired by the thousands of incredible supporters who joined The Legacy Club by including The Nature Conservancy in their estate plans.