The Nature Conservancy has protected more than 400,000 acres in Idaho, for people and nature. Beyond the numbers, though, are the stories. Each place we protect has its own stories — stories of ranchers and volunteers, of tireless salmon and secretive grizzlies, of world-class fishing and epic hikes. Join our staff as we explore the wonders of the state. And we hope to see you at one of our projects soon, creating your own memories, your own stories.
Climate Conversations is a collection of real stories about how Idahoans are meeting the challenge of climate change.
We can't fix a problem if we can't even talk about it. Check out this guide for getting the climate conversation started.
A newly released report shows how Treasure Valley's forests can help address impacts of changing climate.
Highlights from over five decades of conservation across the state.
Dams built to mimic those built by beavers, may result in positive effects for fish, wildlife and vegetation.
By land, by air, by stream—Idaho's critters on the move. Learn More
Discover Ernest Hemingway's enduring Idaho legacy and his extraordinary last home.