Explore The Nature Conservancy’s work to engage youth in the wild world of nature that sustains us all.
In the 1960s, a new highway in Chicago wiped out a Chinatown’s only park, leaving children without meaningful access to nature.
A teacher Tashina Lee and students work with The Nature Conservancy and partners to transform vacant lots into natural space.
Neighbors and partners are coming together to plant trees, making communities healthier, cooler, and more livable.
The Nature Works Everywhere Gardens Program works with local partners to award grants and build gardens in schools in urban communities.
Connecticut’s cities team is reimagining how nature can be integrated into the neighborhoods of Bridgeport.
Many urban neighborhoods are cut off from their cities by highways, constraining access to jobs and public services for the residents who live there.
The Conservancy is perfectly positioned to help transform the relationship between nature and people so that both can thrive.