Our Partners


Here is a just a sample of some of Nebraska's great conservation partners.


Prairie Plains Resource Institute has been working on prairie restoration and education since 1980.  We work closely with them on projects along the Platte and Missouri Rivers.  

Platte River Basin Environments works to protect important wildlife habitat and natural areas in the North Platte River basin.  They are a major partner in our Wildcat Hills work.  

Sandhills Task Force members work to affect sound environmental and economic ranching practices in the Sandhills.

Northern Prairies Land Trust enables private landowners to conserve lands for habitat preservation, agriculture, ranching, water resource protection and enhancement, and cultural and historical protection.  They are a major partner in the southeast part of the state.

Audubon's Iain Nicolson Center at Rowe Sanctuary is a partner on several Platte River projects and an excellent hotspot for migratory birdwatching.

Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center is an 808-acre tallgrass prairie nature preserve located 20 minutes southwest of Lincoln, Nebraska. 


Nebraska Game and Parks Commission offers opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and a staff of biologists to protect wildlife in our state.  

Natural Resources Conservation Service staff work closely with the Conservancy on Missouri River wetlands restoration.  

The Saline Wetlands Conservation Partnership is working to save what remains of Lincoln's saline wetlands.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has been one of the Conservancy's primary partners since the Nebraska program was founded.

Our Accountability

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The Nebraska Environmental Trust has awarded grants for several Conservancy projects from the Missouri River to the Wildcat Hills.

Community Services Fund workplace givers have generously supported our work in Lincoln and around the state.

The Oregon Trail Community Foundation is supporting our efforts in the Wildcat Hills.

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