For more than 25 years, The Nature Conservancy has worked to protect Oklahoma's most important natural treasures for future generations. The Conservancy is working on exciting projects to conserve Oklahoma's prairies, rivers and rare habitats.
Explore our work and discover how — thanks to you — we’re using the best available science to protect the lands and waters on which we all depend.
Utilizing bison to help maintain Oklahoma's native grasslands.
Collaborating to minimize impacts of wind energy on wildlife and their habitats.
Protecting and recharging the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer.
Developing passionate leaders to ensure a sustainable future.
Working to protect freshwater resources for people and nature.
Restoring fire's natural role to Oklahoma's landscapes.
Combating invasive species that threaten our native ecosystems.
Using native plants and trees in landscape settings helps Oklahoma’s native plants and wildlife flourish and avoids invasive species and the problems they can cause.