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.
Bison play an integral role in maintaining Oklahoma's native grasslands. Learn more about how bison are helping conservation!
We work to minimize impacts of commercial wind energy development on wildlife and their habitats by encouraging appropriate siting the Central Great Plains Wind Energy Mapping Tool.
We work to benefit the health of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer through collaboration, restoration, stewardship, and protection.
Today, global demands for food, energy and shelter are putting unprecedented pressure on the resources of the planet. Water is at the heart of this crisis.
We work to restore and maintain fire’s natural role where it benefits people and nature.
We work to combat invasive species with a combination of prevention, eradication, restoration, research and outreach.
Our work to preserve the state's diverse habitats has resulted in a number of awards.