Type of Place

National Parks

Happy 100th Birthday To The National Park Service! 

On August 25, 1916 the United States established the National Park Service, widely appreciated today as “America’s Best Idea.” The Conservation Fund is honored to partner with the National Park Service to advance and grow its vision, including our work together to help protect land at over 200 National Parks sites.  These lands are part of the American story, and we praise the National Park Service for its amazing work to protect these places for the public, for current and future generations.  

Explore some of our accomplishments together below!

Media Statement by Larry Selzer, President and CEO, The Conservation Fund.



Projects

Texas Pineywoods Experience

Texas Pineywoods Experience

The Conservation Fund has deep roots in east Texas, where we’ve worked to protect roughly 33,000 acres of Big Thicket...
Wind Cave National Park

Wind Cave National Park

Considered a sacred place by the Lakota, Wind Cave is one of the longest and most complex caves in...
Zion National Park

Zion National Park

For three decades, Dallen and Karen Spendlove and their four children have been excellent stewards for their 2,400-acre ranch...