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.
The Conservation Fund works at the intersection of conservation and community—we believe that environmental protection and economic vitality are inseparable.
What We Do
- Conservation Acquisition
Land, Water & Wildlife Protection
- Conservation Leadership Network
- Freshwater Institute
Aquaculture & Water Quality
- Go Zero
Carbon & Climate
- Land Conservation Loans
Finance & Expertise
- Mitigation Solutions
- Natural Capital Investment Fund
- Resourceful Communities
People, Places, Opportunities
- Strategic Conservation Planning
- Working Forest Fund
May 21, 2015
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge Acquires Priority Land For Sea Level Rise Adaptation
May 12, 2015
The Conservation Fund’s Go Zero Program Successfully Verifies Third Carbon Reforestation Project
What We're Saying
ConservationFun A "stronger, more resilient coast for both people & wildlife" @ Blackwater NWR - W. Weber goo.gl/JiyCl6 pic.twitter.com/p...
About 17 hours ago.
ConservationFun Thanks @RepAndyHarrisMD for supporting #LWCF -critical to protecting Blackwater NWR-& leadership creating @TubmanNPS goo.gl/JiyCl6
About 18 hours ago.
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