Celebrating conservation success

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Exploring the great outdoors

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Finding smart solutions

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30 years of innovation

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The Conservation Fund works at the intersection of conservation and community—we believe that environmental protection and economic vitality are inseparable.

Where We Work

While we are a national organization, The Conservation Fund's accomplishments are delivered locally. We have active or completed projects in all 50 states - click on the map to see our projects in each state.

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What We're Saying

ConservationFun Coastal resiliency is increasingly important & new @sagecoastnews website provides the tools & resources needed: goo.gl/kFbK7l
About 12 hours ago.
ConservationFun How do you integrate green infrastructure with green? Brand new @sagecoastnews website shows you how: goo.gl/kFbK7l
About 12 hours ago.
MyGFBT Florida kids care about conservation - really cool video about Florida's sea turtles! fb.me/43cWphAIy
About 16 hours ago.

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We're Accredited! TCF Earns Mark of Excellence

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The Conservation Fund has achieved the highest standards of excellence in conservation and has been awarded accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission. Learn more.

Honoring Our Wyoming Director, Luke Lynch

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The Conservation Fund deeply mourns the loss of our friend and colleague Luke Lynch, our Wyoming State Director. To learn more about Luke's exemplary life and work, please click here.