Trailblazing New Solutions
Our innovative and adaptive approach to conservation helps nature and people thrive. Often by taking the road less traveled, we develop solutions that make both environmental and economic sense to address our nation’s most prolific challenges such as food insecurity, climate change and extreme weather, access to nature and more.
Growing Food and Resilience in Atlanta
Our Working Farms Fund program is making national headlines for its innovative approach to building a healthy and resilient local food system. The program is currently piloting in Atlanta, but there’s interest and demand to expand it nationwide. Read more in this New York Times feature and learn how you can help us build a better future for our farmers and our food.
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Our Greatest Ally in the Fight Against Climate Change is Nature
Last month’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s report demonstrated that, without question, climate change is the greatest global threat of our time—igniting devastating wildfires, dangerous weather patterns, record-breaking heat waves and more life altering events. However, among the best and most effective strategies available to combat these threats right now are those that protect our natural lands, especially our existing forests. Our President and CEO Larry Selzer shares more in The Hill.
Proof: Coastline Protection Can Help the Climate Crisis
Sabine Ranch on Texas’s Gulf coast is working hard year-round to fight the effects of our changing climate. In fact, the ecosystem is so important for climate resilience, we’ve been strategically managing the ranch for years to secure its ability to mitigate regional flooding in the face of extreme weather. Now in the midst of hurricane season in the southeast, conserved coastlines like Sabine Ranch have never been more important for people and wildlife alike.
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