Since 1986, the Conservancy has worked to conserve Oklahoma’s magnificent landscapes and unique biodiversity totaling nearly 100,000 acres. Learn more about the places we protect.
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With grant support from PepsiCo Recycling, The Nature Conservancy launched the Recycle for Nature outreach program that is increasing Oklahoma's sustainability.
Unfortunately, invasive species are often planted in lieu of native plants. Check out the "Plant This, Not That" series and learn what to plant instead of pesky invaders such as Bradford pear trees and honeysuckle vines.
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One of the most biologically rich natural systems in Oklahoma and home to rare plants and wildlife.
Because of their important role in maintaining native prairies, we plan to reintroduce bison to the recently expanded Oka' Yanahli Preserve. Join us in returning bison to the Arbuckle Plains of Oklahoma!
Volunteers lead a hand to nature along the Blue River at Oka' Yanahli Preserve!
Melt your heart with this collection of our bundles of joy at Tallgrass Prairie Preserve. This overload of cuteness is certain to make your day!
See how bison are herded through the corrals and receive their health checkup and inoculations.
Immerse yourself in the rich ecological diversity of the rolling Cookson Hills in northeast Oklahoma near Tahlequah at J.T. Nickel Preserve.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of these iconic beasts in this magical video filmed at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve during the annual bison roundup.
Experience the rugged beauty of Pontotoc Ridge Preserve located in south-central Oklahoma.