Since 1985, we have protected over 8 million acres of America’s most important, at-risk lands and waters. Last year, we worked on more than 150 projects in 35 states conserving nearly 207,000 acres valued at more than $323 million—35 more projects than the previous year! None of this is possible without our you—our partners and supporters.

Blog: Redefining Conservation

Taking PRIDE in LGBTQ+ History and Access to Nature

Taking PRIDE in LGBTQ+ History and Access to Nature

During the month of June, celebrations of LGBTQ+ Pride fill cities and towns across the country. Beyond the rainbow...
Safe Shelter for Marchers and Support for a Movement

Safe Shelter for Marchers and Support for a Movement

Recently designated one of America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, three campsites...
Bringing Forests to the City Through Art

Bringing Forests to the City Through Art

As part of our partnership with Volkswagen of America to award selected Tennessee nonprofit organizations with grants to enhance...
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News

North Carolina Town Purchases Land for New Park

North Carolina Town Purchases Land for New Park

The Town of Garner, North Carolina and The Conservation Fund announced the purchase of 86.5 acres of undeveloped wetlands...
The Fund Purchases Ranch in Tenino, Washington

The Fund Purchases Ranch in Tenino, Washington

The Conservation Fund announced its purchase of the 1,567-acre Tenino ranch just west of the City of Tenino, Washington—a...
Alaska Native Corporation Agrees to Protect 44,000 Acres

Alaska Native Corporation Agrees to Protect 44,000 Acres

By an overwhelming majority of 90%, shareholders of the Pedro Bay Corporation voted to protect their land for subsistence...
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Video Stories

Webinar: Taking Action for America’s Local Food

Webinar: Taking Action for America’s Local Food

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Return to Us: Restoring Alaska’s Eklutna River

Return to Us: Restoring Alaska’s Eklutna River

This film tells the story of The Conservation Fund's partnership with the Alaska Native Village of Eklutna to remove...
Green Bonds for Working Forests: An Initiative with Goldman Sachs

Green Bonds for Working Forests: An Initiative with Goldman Sachs

See how The Conservation Fund and Goldman Sachs worked together to issue the nation’s first green bond solely dedicated...
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