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

How Do You Plan to Celebrate Earth Day?

How Do You Plan to Celebrate Earth Day?

At The Conservation Fund, we work all year long to protect and uplift success stories about nature, but this...
When the Genius Met the General

When the Genius Met the General

Something important happened in 1973. Yes, Secretariat won the Triple Crown, and the Endangered Species Act was signed into law....
Our Supporters Make Our Work Possible

Our Supporters Make Our Work Possible

As we look forward to celebrating Earth Day later this month, we also want to celebrate the donors that...
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News

Trail Viewshed Protected on Virginia

Trail Viewshed Protected on Virginia's North Mountain

Property visible from the iconic Appalachian Trail was threatened with loss of critical habitat before partners found a conservation solution.
Delaware

Delaware's Mispillion Harbor Habitat Protected

A 15-year conservation effort on the Delaware Bay secures an essential stopover for migrating birds, including the federally-listed threatened Red
Alaska Federation of Natives Endorses Eklutna Restoration

Alaska Federation of Natives Endorses Eklutna Restoration

The Alaska Federation of Natives recently endorsed the restoration of the Eklutna River near Anchorage, Alaska. AFN, the largest...
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Video Stories

Webinar: Taking Action for America’s Local Food

Webinar: Taking Action for America’s Local Food

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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...
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