The story of American conservation began with a federal commitment that ultimately led to four primary land management agencies: (1) National Park Service; (2) U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; (3) U.S. Forest Service; and (4) Bureau of Land Management

Today, The Conservation Fund helps each agency — and many others, from the Natural Resources Conservation Service to the Department of Defense — conserve and restore our American landscape, including wild areas, popular parks, working forests and more.  Much of our work is possible thanks to critical bipartisan support from U.S. Congressional leaders for critical conservation programs.

We are committed to helping our partners pursue their priorities and have completed around 900 conservation projects with federal partners, passing along savings of over $350 million to the U.S. taxpayers.