June 02, 2017
The Nature Conservancy in Alabama and Honors College Environmental Research and Advocacy Students Collaborate to Benefit an Endangered Species
March 23, 2017
The Nature Conservancy in Alabama and Honors College Environmental Research and Advocacy students collaborate for restoration of an endangered species. Learn More
January 05, 2016
A partnership with Open Space Institute, The Tennessee Valley Authority and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to benefit people, nature and climate resilience Learn More
The Nature Conservancy in Alabama and U.S. Forest Service Partnership to Benefit Both People and Nature
June 21, 2016
February 07, 2017
The Nature Conservancy in Alabama measures the economic value and fiscal impacts of parks and land conservation. Learn More
November 14, 2014
Splinter Hill Bog Preserve will be renamed in honor of Mary Ruth McClellan Abronski on Monday, November 17, 2014, 11:00 a.m. Learn More
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April 28, 2015
A Teaching Farm for Auburn University and Alabama A&M University Students Learn More
September 27, 2016
Celebrate The Nature Conservancy's 65th birthday Learn More
November 28, 2017
The secret is out. Alabama is the center of biodiversity in North America. It has the most kinds of oak trees and aquatic animals. It is our responsibility to be aware of our abundance and use that knowledge to make good decisions that will protect it for future generations.
October 24, 2017
The Walls of Jericho: A forested canyon on the Alabama-Tennessee state line where Davy Crockett once hunted – and once of the 20 best hikes across the country, according to the Reader’s Digest.
October 20, 2017
Working with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, The Nature Conservancy acquired the last and most important piece of land in the Grand Bay Savanna using money from the BP oil spill. With Governor Kay Ivey as special guest, AL.com, CBS5, NBC15, FOX10, and Birmingham Audubon’s newsletter shares the details.
October 17, 2017
This is old Alabama, broad vistas of tall trees and low grasses, sandy hills and endless seeping bogs. This is the Alabama our great-great-grandparents would recognize, before the last few generations had their way. This is our state as it once was, not as most of it is today, all covered up in thickets of lesser oaks and holly and Chinese privet so dense that light no longer reaches the ground. The Ruth McClellan Abronski Splinter Hill Bog Preserve is all big skies and open vistas, with rolling, flower-covered sand hills draining into swampy, snaky bottoms.
October 12, 2017
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was one of the worst in recorded history, resulting in catastrophic damage to multiple Caribbean islands. In immediate response to these disasters, the Conservancy put a plan in motion.
October 03, 2017
Alabama Power, in partnership with its parent company, Southern Company, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), today announced grants supporting restoration efforts along two important waterways in Central Alabama: the Cahaba River and Village Creek.
April 12, 2017
Where some see blight and signs of economic decline, others see potential. Under the flight path of Birmingham’s airport and a stone’s throw from busy railroad tracks, almost a dozen Woodlawn High School environmental science students are planting fruit trees. It’s part of a partnership between the school, the Woodlawn Foundation, and The Nature Conservancy that’s transforming vacant lots into lush landscapes to benefit kids and the community. Listen.
Gulf Power Stewardship
March 27, 2017
Gulf Power has been there from the beginning helping the Alabama Chapter restore the Betty and Crawford Rainwater Perdido River Preserve in Pensacola, Florida. The 2,300-acre preserve of freshwater and terrestrial habitats is considered among the most highly biodiverse in North America. In Gulf Power's Second Stewardship Report, pages 38 and 39, is an outline of our collective efforts.
Alabama News Center
March 22, 2017
The Trust for Public Land, in partnership with The Nature Conservancy in Alabama, Conservation Alabama Foundation, Birmingham Audubon and The Conservation Fund, conducted an analysis of the return on investment in land conservation through the Forever Wild Land Trust. It found that every $1 invested in land conservation returned $5 in “natural goods and services.”
February 12, 2017
According to an economic study released this week, the Alabama Forever Wild Land Trust is a powerful economic engine that provides numerous fiscal benefits to local communities throughout the state.
A Partnership With Open Space Institute, The Tennessee Valley Authority and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Benefit People, Nature and Climate Resilience
January 06, 2016
"Our family is very excited to be able to partner with The Nature Conservancy to preserve this beautiful, environmentally sensitive property forever," said property owner John H. Gully.
The Nature Conservancy in Alabama Acquires Largest, Private Conservation Easement in Chapter History
January 07, 2016
The Nature Conservancy in Alabama has acquired the largest, private conservation easement in chapter history -- approximately 860 acres in Jackson County.
Times Free Press
January 07, 2016
An 860-acre parcel of privately owned land in Jackson County now is home to the largest conservation easement in Alabama's chapter of The Nature Conservancy.
Fox 10 TV
January 25, 2015
Community collaboration shines as Nature Conservancy Coastal Program staff and partners score a big win for oysters and homeowners. Read more.
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