Since 1985, we have protected over 8 million acres of America’s most important, at-risk lands and waters. Last year, we worked on more than 150 projects in 35 states conserving nearly 207,000 acres valued at more than $323 million—35 more projects than the previous year! None of this is possible without our you—our partners and supporters.

Blog: Redefining Conservation

You Can’t Uproot This Forester

You Can’t Uproot This Forester

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to adapt to entirely new limitations and possibilities. This post is the fourth...
How Alaska Restored Salmon to the Native Eklutna

How Alaska Restored Salmon to the Native Eklutna

The Eklutna River was once a prolific salmon-producing river that provided a rich subsistence resource to the Eklutna Dena'ina...
Nature Comes Out the Clear Winner in 2020

Nature Comes Out the Clear Winner in 2020

This year has been filled with unprecedented challenges, but exciting conservation still happened across America. Check out some of...
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News

Ingka Investments acquires forestland from the Fund

Ingka Investments acquires forestland from the Fund

Ingka Group announces it has acquired forestland property in the U.S. from The Conservation Fund, a non-profit conservation organisation...
Viewshed Enhanced at Linville Gorge in North Carolina

Viewshed Enhanced at Linville Gorge in North Carolina

Protection of 205 acres at Pisgah National Forest secures iconic viewsheds, enhances access for recreation, preserves wildlife habitat and water...
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Video Stories

Return to Us: Restoring Alaska’s Eklutna River

Return to Us: Restoring Alaska’s Eklutna River

This film tells the story of The Conservation Fund's partnership with the Alaska Native Village of Eklutna to remove...
Green Bonds for Working Forests: An Initiative with Goldman Sachs

Green Bonds for Working Forests: An Initiative with Goldman Sachs

See how The Conservation Fund and Goldman Sachs worked together to issue the nation’s first green bond solely dedicated...
Coreyon

Coreyon

“It’s easy to imagine that fish are always abundant and they’re always there, but that’s not always the case,”...
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