Press Releases

September 28, 2021

Fueled by increased global demand for salmon and the opportunity to help salmon farmers accelerate development to meet this demand, The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute, an internationally-renowned research and development program focused on recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), and Cargill, a global leader in solutions for animal feeds, announced a multi-year agreement to develop, evaluate and enhance feeds for the growing land-based aquaculture industry.

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September 23, 2021

Conservation easement on private forest opens new lands for recreation, protects vulnerable wildlife habitat and supports local timber jobs. 

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September 23, 2021

The Conservation Fund announced its acquisition of the 336-acre Wallamatogus Mountain property in the Town of Penobscot, Maine. This coastal mountain property, which resides in the original homeland of the Wabanaki people, has long been a conservation priority for the Blue Hill Peninsula community.

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September 10, 2021
Knutson Bay. By Jason Ching
Statement by Larry Selzer, President & CEO, The Conservation Fund

“The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has signaled intent to block the Pebble Mine project in Alaska under the Clean Water Act—a promising first step in protecting the most critical salmon habitat in the world.

While federal action will be important to safeguard this unique ecological landscape from the threat of Pebble Mine, we also need to take action to ensure the rich environmental, economic and cultural heritage of the Bristol Bay region can last forever."

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September 1, 2021

The Conservation Fund disburses 90 grants that will enhance local partnerships, food access and more across North Carolina.

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August 31, 2021

This land acquisition, facilitated between The Conservation Fund and the U.S. Forest Service, will protect wildlife habitat and create new recreational access to Sweetwater Lake for the general public to enjoy boating, fishing, swimming and camping.

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August 30, 2021

Conservation of 629-acres on both sides of the National Scenic Trail ensures natural character, recreational access and critical wildlife habitat.

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August 10, 2021

The Conservation Fund’s recent riverfront purchase helps protect the “View That Named Richmond” and provides opportunities for river access, trail connections and a new James River Association education center.

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