Thousand Islands

Thousand Islands

We brought our passion for conservation to our work in Florida’s Thousands Islands, a place where, according to Cocoa...
Three Sisters Springs In Crystal River

Three Sisters Springs In Crystal River

Three Sisters Springs is made up of pristine, naturally occurring springs and is one of Florida’s last remaining urban...
Tongass National Forest

Tongass National Forest

Though Alaska is a state of great expanse, small places matter. As the critical first project of The Conservation...
Tonto National Forest

Tonto National Forest

Cave Creek, only 25 miles north of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area, is one of the few perennial streams...
Topaz Relocation Center

Topaz Relocation Center

As part of the Japanese American Internment Camp Preservation Initiative, we protected 13 acres at the Topaz Relocation Center for the...
Garrity Mountain Wildlife Management Area

Garrity Mountain Wildlife Management Area

In the 1880s, the prospect of copper drew miners to what would eventually become the town of Anaconda in...
Luke Lynch Wildlife Habitat Management Area

Luke Lynch Wildlife Habitat Management Area

Imagine 4,000 – 5,000 mule deer traversing the same 150 mile corridor twice each year during their spring and...
Black Mountains

Black Mountains

Throughout 2016, the North Carolina state park system will celebrate its centennial. The system began in 1916 with the...
Werowocomoco

Werowocomoco

Of the many adventures in the New World documented by English explorer Captain John Smith, perhaps none is more...
Books on Civil War Battlefield and American Revolution Conservation

Books on Civil War Battlefield and American Revolution Conservation

As Director of the Civil War Battlefield Campaign (1988-2006), Frances H. Kennedy worked with The Conservation Fund and many partners to...
Sabine Ranch, Texas

Sabine Ranch, Texas

Located 75 miles east of Houston, the 12,376-acre Sabine Ranch is almost entirely within the boundary of the McFaddin...
Freedom Riders National Monument

Freedom Riders National Monument

Nonviolent protests and acts of civil disobedience powered the civil rights movement, making activists out of ordinary people wanting...
A Future for Good Hope Farm in Cary, North Carolina

A Future for Good Hope Farm in Cary, North Carolina

Good Hope Farm is an historic farmstead situated within a half mile of 3,500 residents of Cary, North Carolina....
Big Trout Bay, Ontario

Big Trout Bay, Ontario

There’s a reason the Great Lakes are called such – there’s simply no other word to describe this series...
Green Infrastructure Vision for Cameron County, Texas

Green Infrastructure Vision for Cameron County, Texas

Up until now, Cameron County, Texas, has been a hidden gem of nature-based tourism located deep in the Rio...
Preserving Habitat While Maintaining Military Readiness—Camp Williams, Utah

Preserving Habitat While Maintaining Military Readiness—Camp Williams, Utah

Protecting valuable habitat that surrounds our military installations is vital to both our national security and the species that...
Kendall Forest: Supporting Rural Economies and Traditions in New York’s Tug Hill Region

Kendall Forest: Supporting Rural Economies and Traditions in New York’s Tug Hill Region

Upstate New York’s Tug Hill region, also known as Tug Hill Plateau, is known for its timber industry, snowfall...
Michigan’s Farmland Legacy Program

Michigan’s Farmland Legacy Program

Protecting farmland from development has been a priority in Michigan for a long time—over 20 years. Roughly 63 properties...
Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Located in eastern Pennsylvania along the Kittatinny Ridge, the Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge was created in 2008 to...
Implementing a Value Chain Approach to Boost New Hampshire’s Human Powered Recreation

Implementing a Value Chain Approach to Boost New Hampshire’s Human Powered Recreation

There are many moving pieces when it comes to mapping out opportunities for economic development to enhance outdoor recreation...
One of New Hampshire’s Oldest Town Forests Remains at the Forefront of Innovative Conservation

One of New Hampshire’s Oldest Town Forests Remains at the Forefront of Innovative Conservation

Founded in 1936, Gorham Town Forest has been successfully managed as a working forest for decades, and now acts...
Protecting One of Atlanta’s Largest Mature Forests

Protecting One of Atlanta’s Largest Mature Forests

Atlanta’s newest city park will preserve the ecologically and culturally significant 216-acre oak-hickory forest known locally as the Lake...
Protecting Some of the Rarest Species in Texas at Holly Beach

Protecting Some of the Rarest Species in Texas at Holly Beach

A stunning and ecologically important southern Texas landscape—providing habitat for some of the rarest species in the state—was slated...
A Legacy of Ranching in California

A Legacy of Ranching in California

For many years, cattle have roamed the foothills of the 1,715-acre Santa Rita Ranch in the heart of California’s...
Protecting the “Grand Canyon of the Eel River” — California’s Lone Pine Ranch

Protecting the “Grand Canyon of the Eel River” — California’s Lone Pine Ranch

This stunning 30,000-acre ranchland property—abundant with scenic river views, resident elk herd, and unique geology and forests—is of national park quality. Throw in some world-class recreation and a famous family legacy,...
Stehekin At Lake Chelan National Recreation Area

Stehekin At Lake Chelan National Recreation Area

Stehekin is a small, remote settlement within the 62,000-acre Lake Chelan National Recreation Area.  Permanent residents number less than 100, but...
Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail

Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail

Paddlers have a great new website for navigating the Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail (SECT). This extensive trail allows for...
Stones River, Nashville

Stones River, Nashville

When we helped complete Nashville’s first Open Space Plan in 2011, we identified the scenic and historic 600-acre Stones River...
Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Initiative

Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Initiative

With hundreds of pristine rivers, lakes and streams, the Southwest Alaska region abounds with natural resources, diverse habitats, world-class...
Sturgeon River

Sturgeon River

Nature-based tourism is an important economic base in many communities, especially in rural places like Michigan’s famed Upper Peninsula...