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Change-Making Conservation

Protecting America’s most valuable natural places is important. When done in cooperation with communities, conservation can also be a catalyst for change throughout the country. Read below some of the unique ways we and our partners are making a difference.

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Get Inspired: These Women Are Conservation Trailblazers

March 8th is International Women’s Day! To celebrate, meet a few women determined to create conservation solutions that support nature and people. From their efforts to defend wildlife, grow and supply food for their communities, fight the climate crisis, and more—their stories will inspire you.


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Protecting a Fan Favorite: Grand Teton National Park

Over the past few years, one of America’s favorite national parks has needed our help. Did you know that several locations within the spectacular Grand Teton National Park are privately owned and face threats of development? Learn how we’re helping protect those pieces one-by-one for wildlife and recreation, not to mention the stunning views.


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A Journey for Civil Rights: ‘54 Miles to Home’

The Selma-to-Montgomery Civil Rights March of 1965 would not have been possible without several brave farmers who hosted marchers on their land during the 54-mile journey. See their largely untold story, and current efforts to preserve that story like never before in this new documentary.


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Sustainable Aquaculture Feeding Those in Need

Did you know that our Freshwater Institute in West Virginia is an international leader in sustainable land-based aquaculture? They’re also making an impact in their local community. Most recently, they teamed up with the Mountaineer Food Bank to supply more than 4,000 salmon meals to those in need.


Stories like these would not be possible without support from our donors. If you are inspired, please give today. Your unrestricted donation offers the greatest flexibility for conservation and makes a big impact. Thank you.   


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