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 you—our partners and supporters.

Blog: Redefining Conservation

Sabine Ranch: A Conservation Love Story

Sabine Ranch: A Conservation Love Story

Callie Easterly never imagined that she would be living on, managing and helping restore 12,376 acres of critical wetlands,...
Golden State of Mind: Conserving California

Golden State of Mind: Conserving California

California supports more people, wildlife species and diverse ecosystems than anywhere else in the country. Protecting its many unique...
Looking Back at a Historic Day for the Bois Forte Band

Looking Back at a Historic Day for the Bois Forte Band

In June 2022, the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa, in partnership with The Conservation Fund and the Indian Land...
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News

Conservation leaders celebrate National Public Lands Day

Conservation leaders celebrate National Public Lands Day

National Park Service leaders along with representatives from the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, numerous statewide and regional partners...
North Carolina Partners Celebrate New State Forest

North Carolina Partners Celebrate New State Forest

The new state forest will increase recreational access, water quality protections and wildlife habitat in northwestern North Carolina.
The Conservation Fund Receives USFWS Award

The Conservation Fund Receives USFWS Award

The Conservation Fund, a leading land conservation organization in the U.S., is honored to receive the U.S. Fish and...
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Video Stories

Restoring the River Under the World’s Busiest Airport

Restoring the River Under the World’s Busiest Airport

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is best known for a few things: It’s the world’s busiest airport, seeing over 100,000,000...
Webinar: Taking Action for America’s Local Food

Webinar: Taking Action for America’s Local Food

This webinar (recorded on November 18, 2020) features the Working Farms Fund, an innovative pilot program launched in metro...
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...
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