Oceans, wetlands, lakes and rivers provide drinking water, feed the world and store carbon. This issue of your Legacy newsletter shares stories of how The Nature Conservancy is protecting these vital habitats—for nature and for people.
Removal of a New Jersey dam brings new life to the Paulins Kill River. Read how the river was returned to its historic state.
What's New in Blue?
We're using mangroves to store carbon, working with fishers to monitor coral reef health, and working with local communities to reduce coastal flooding. See how conservation meets ocean development in Indonesia, Kenya and New York.
Seeing Eye to Eye
Partnerships and timing prove key to making sure there's enough water for whooping cranes and farmers in Kansas. Find out how agriculture and healthy ecosystems can coexist.
Q&A: Securing Our Water
Managing Director for Water Security, Andrea Erickson-Quiroz, explains why investments in nature play such a big role in keeping our global water supply healthy. Read more about TNC's strategy to secure water around the globe.
A trash boom in Utah's Jordan River and a restored floodplain in Maryland's Pocomoke River are making a big difference for wildlife. Learn more about these inspiring projects.
A Path to Recovery
When Tom Cook couldn't travel outdoors during a challenging health journey, his loved ones brought nature to him. Read Tom's story.