As the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people—The Nature Conservancy addresses the most pressing conservation threats at the largest scale.
The Nature Conservancy pursues collaborative, pragmatic solutions to conservation challenges. From supporting natural solutions to climate change to creating sustainable fisheries to investing in nature in urban areas to providing access to clean water—they’re breaking the traditional mold of “setting land aside” and working across aisles to ensure true conservation success.
We are focused on supporting projects in our Colorado backyard. The Nature Conservancy’s Yampa River Fund helps protect one of our few free-flowing rivers in the western United States. This gives us a great opportunity to positively impact the river, see the direct results of our actions, and preserve the Yampa—a hub for wildlife, recreation, and natural resources.
Partnering with an international organization is a powerful thing. The Nature Conservancy operates on every continent. This gives our global offices opportunities to partner on projects in their neck of the woods.
The Nature Conservancy works hard to protect the lands and waters we all need to thrive. We’re honored to partner with an organization that is so powerfully dedicated to ensuring that our natural resources are protected. This is a way we can help ensure that future generations get to experience what we enjoy in nature today.
The Nature Conservancy has made it their goal to ensure that people can thrive alongside nature. They’ve used scientific data and reasoning to determine what needs to be focused on to help our planet thrive in the future.
Much of this work is place-based. Each specific project and region ladders up into advancing The Nature Conservancy’s mission—to preserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. But they’ve expanded beyond just saving beautiful places. Our future depends on new ideas and partnerships.
Partners include indigenous communities, businesses, governments, multilateral institutions, and other non-profits. Thanks to the support of more than 1 million members, The Nature Conservancy has built a tremendous record of success since forming in 1951. They are impacting conservation in 72 countries—protecting habitats from grasslands to deserts to coral reefs, from Australia to Alaska to Zambia.