Type of Place

Wild Havens


From grizzly bears to songbirds, animals need wild havens where they can safely eat, rest, migrate or live. We rely on these landscapes, too. Wild havens offer us an escape into the outdoors. The projects below represent some of the natural areas we’re working to protect. 

Projects

Buckeye Forest

Buckeye Forest

California Forests Paying Dividends Gazing out over Buckeye Forest, the swaths of redwoods that blanket California’s North Coast look idle,...
Budd Ranches, Inc.

Budd Ranches, Inc.

The Fund helped with the conservation and expansion of one of the oldest operating ranches held by one family...
Camden Farm

Camden Farm

For the past 300 years, seven generations of the Pratt family have lived at Camden Farm on the banks...
Camp Francis Nature Preserve

Camp Francis Nature Preserve

Camp Francis in the western Connecticut towns of Kent and Warren has been a wilderness hideaway for more than...
Camp Ripley Sentinel Landscape, Minnesota

Camp Ripley Sentinel Landscape, Minnesota

In central Minnesota, a roughly 805,000-acre boundary surrounds the Camp Ripley Army National Guard Base. Rich with ecological and...
Camp Security Revolutionary War POW Camp

Camp Security Revolutionary War POW Camp

Camp Security in southern Pennsylvania, is one of only a handful of Revolutionary War-era prisoner-of-war camps that have not...
Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Situated at 3,200 feet above sea level, Canaan Valley is the highest valley of its size east of the...
Canyons of the Ancients National Monument

Canyons of the Ancients National Monument

Rising up from the desert soil and hidden in the canyon walls of the Canyons of the Ancients National...
Cape May National Wildlife Refuge

Cape May National Wildlife Refuge

Every summer, millions of tourists descend upon southern New Jersey’s Cape May peninsula for a bit of rest and...
Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail

Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail

Over 400 years ago, Captain John Smith arrived in the New World—and changed it forever. In addition to helping...
Carbon and Climate Upper Ouachita

Carbon and Climate Upper Ouachita

Project: Reforestation This project has been verified at Gold Level under the Climate, Community and Biodiversity (CCB) Standard, audited by...
Caribou-Targhee National Forest

Caribou-Targhee National Forest

From peaks towering more than 10,000 feet to low-lying grasslands and wetlands, the Caribou-Targhee National Forest is a place...
Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge

Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge

In 2012, we helped the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service expand the Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge by nearly 270...
Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Encompassing a diverse array of habitat types, from the high, dry deserts of the Great Basin to the wet,...
Chadbourne Tree Farm

Chadbourne Tree Farm

The Chadbourne Tree Farm in western Maine is one of America’s prized white pine forests, with a rich family history and exceptional...
Chadbourne Tree Farm – Maine

Chadbourne Tree Farm – Maine

The Chadbourne Tree Farm in western Maine is one of America’s prized white pine forests, with a rich family history and exceptional...
Cheat Canyon

Cheat Canyon

On a perfect September day, West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin stood high over Cheat Canyon and welcomed the...
Chena Greenbelt Project

Chena Greenbelt Project

The Chena Greenbelt is a multi-partner effort to link approximately 30 properties together to form a network of green...
Cherokee National Forest and the Trail of Tears

Cherokee National Forest and the Trail of Tears

Hundreds of years before Europeans came to America, the Cherokee people inhabited the southeastern United States in parts of...
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...
Chesapeake Bay: Integrated Conservation Solutions

Chesapeake Bay: Integrated Conservation Solutions

From New York to Virginia, more than 40 major rivers link land and people to the Chesapeake Bay. How...
Chicago Wilderness Vision

Chicago Wilderness Vision

An ambitious agenda to create a vibrant green infrastructure of protected and restored lands and waters in the four-state...
Chimney Rock State Park

Chimney Rock State Park

Deep in the heart of North Carolina, hikers disappear into another world—a world of waterfalls and rocky cliffs, sweeping...
Chugach State Park

Chugach State Park

While Alaska is blessed with an abundance of public land, access to that land is not guaranteed. Chugach State...
Circle R Ranch

Circle R Ranch

Scenic ranches along the West’s great rivers rarely come onto the market—and even more rarely become publicly owned. The...
City of Brentwood

City of Brentwood

Access to the outdoors is a health and quality of life issue for all Americans, but especially those living...
City of Rocks National Reserve

City of Rocks National Reserve

Visitors to the City of Rocks National Reserve in south central Idaho will find a striking landscape with unparalleled opportunities for rock climbing,...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Alabama

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Alabama

Day’s Gap Battlefield, site of a critical Civil War battle in Morgan and Cullman counties, Alabama, remains much as...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Arkansas

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Arkansas

Recognized nationally as one of America's most intact Civil War battlefields, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park conserves the site where...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Focus on Antietam

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Focus on Antietam

Known as the bloodiest single-day battle in the Civil War, the battle of Antietam took place on September 17,...