Dispatches from the Field
The Conservancy anchors its work in state of the art science so that our conservation is both effective and enduring. We rely on the research of both our staff scientists and our partners. Here are just some of the ways we're integrating science and conservation.
Crown of the Continent Director Dave Hanna talks about the unique and special plant communities on the Rocky Mountain Front and how we protect them. Read the interview
Our highly trained staff is using fire to restore unique landscapes, advance research, and reintroduce a key ecological force. Learn more.
Grizzlies are returning to the prairie with the help of the Conservancy and its partners. Watch a slide show
The Conservancy is helping ensure that magnificent Golden Eagles will continue to be part of Montana's big skies. See how
We're helping protect the longest pronghorn migration in the world. Learn more
Nature Conservancy scientists in Montana find most effective tactics to fight invasive plants. Learn more
Our Director of Science reflects on the long journey of these harbingers of summer. Learn more
The Montana Legacy Project is securing a last toe hold fot Canada lynx in the U.S. Learn More
Read more about how we use science, partnerships, and stewardship for conservation that endures. Story Archive