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View down Wainiha Valley from the Alakai Plateau, on Ka
Alakai Plateau, on K Alakai Plateau, on Kauai, Hawaii © Ethan Welty /TNC

It takes years of perseverance and collaboration to solve nature’s big challenges. Renew your support to help advance tireless, science-based conservation action.

You are critical to all The Nature Conservancy does to protect our Earth’s most threatened lands and waters.

Together, with you as a member, we’ve helped protect more than 119 million acres of land and thousands of miles of rivers.  With your support, The Nature Conservancy is working to make a lasting difference around the world in more than 70 countries and territories. 

Your renewed support will be put into action immediately to help achieve lasting results for nature—and all of us who depend on it.

Thank you for your continued support.

Membership Benefits

With your generous donation today, you will become a member of The Nature Conservancy. In addition to playing a critical role in protecting our natural world, you’ll receive our member benefits, including:

How Does Your Renewal Protect Nature?

You’re at the heart of our critical, on-the-ground conservation and effective advocacy. Step by step, renewed support helped accomplish important wins like these that were years in the making:

  • TNC diver in a school of bigeye trevally at Palmyra.

    Ocean Protection

    Almost a third of the Seychelles’ oceans (an area larger than Germany!) will now be protected from unregulated exploitation. AND we’ve identified 20 countries where replicating this strategy would save millions more square kilometers of ocean.

  • Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) over the Clearwater River, Montana. Part of the Nature Conservancy's Great Western Checkboards Project, Montana.

    Wildlife Habitat

    Connecting the northern and southern Appalachians, we secured a 1,276-acre stretch of land critical for black bears, bobcats and migratory birds—part of our overall goal of protecting 15,000 acres of the Kittatinny Ridge in the next few years.

  • View of Mount Porte Crayon (the sixth-highest point in West Virginia) from the trail at the Roaring Plains West Wilderness in the Monongahela National Forest.

    Public Lands

    After years of advocacy and 2.73 million messages to Congress from TNC members, Congress passed the Great American Outdoors Act, which fully and permanently funded the Land and Water Conservation Fund—the U.S.’s most successful conservation program.

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Why renew? Our members’ own words say it best:

  • "We need to protect the natural world and I love your non-confrontational, consensus building approach." – David, NY
  • "I gave today because someone has to make this world a little better and you seem to be doing the best job that you can."– Catherine, WI
  • "I am determined to save our beautiful planet to ensure it is thriving for my future children & grandchildren." – Nicole, FL