Environmental and Economic Health are Essential

We’ve always believed that a robust environment contributes to both personal and economic health. Our efforts on behalf of businesses and communities that support conservation and sustainability continue without interruption. And with growing greenery, budding flowers and fresh Spring air right outside our windows, take a virtual look at some wonderful outdoor places. We wish you good health and thank you for your continued support for conservation across America.


Expert Advice for Small Businesses

Rural and ‘gateway’ communities (those with businesses supported by recreational visitors) have been struck hard by the pandemic. As recreational tourism halts and small businesses continue to alter or even close operations, many owners and workers are wondering, what should we do next?

We were recently joined by a panel of experts to answer pressing questions for nearly 300 gateway community and small businesses. If you’re seeking similar tools or know someone who is, this webinar is a must watch.



Enjoy America’s Favorite Hikes from Your Couch

Studies show that even viewing scenes of nature can help reduce anxiety, stress and anger. Luckily, we’ve got you covered! Check out our “virtual hikes,” ranging from the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park in Oregon, to the beautiful Chimney Rock State Park in North Carolina, and more.



A Large Forest in the City of Atlanta, Protected

Seeing the value of quality outdoor space for the community, the City of Atlanta partnered with us to protect 216 acres of older growth forest at the Lake Charlotte Nature Preserve: one of the largest remaining woodlands in the city. The property—and its 60,000 trees—will remain preserved and accessible for Atlantans to enjoy for generations to come.


Today is Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving and unity in response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating generosity, kindness, and all the ways we can give back and support our communities.

If you’re feeling inspired today and are able to give, please donate:


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