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Thanks to scientific strategy, the world’s smallest fox has rebounded from sure extinction in just a decade.
As cannabis cultivation reaches new highs, The Nature Conservancy is acting to protect the state’s natural resources.
Here are some breathtaking California photos sent to us by our members and friends.
Learn how the Conservancy and partners helped to bring the Santa Cruz Island fox back from the brink of extinction.
View beautiful images of the property, see scientists in action and get up close and personal with the native salmon!
Check out our cool new approach to restoring salmon habitat and helping in this iconic species’ fight for survival.
To thank you for your support of our work in California throughout 2011, we created a special video tour of our amazing state.
Check out this exhilarating video tour of Santa Cruz Island, inspiration for author T.C. Boyle's latest novel.