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June/July 2015

The River's Return

The quiet resurrection of the dry Colorado River.


June/July 2015

Saving Shangri-La

Former U.S. treasury secretary on kick-starting Conservation in China


Four Wild Trails

Explore some of The Nature Conservancy’s best hiking adventures


April/May 2015

Gulf Revival

Incoming oil spill funds drive conservation efforts across the Gulf


Back to the Adirondacks

New York's iconic park gets its largest land acquisition in a century.


The Price of Poaching

Communities are taking a stand against poaching—and winning.


Finding Subirdia

Ten ways to be a good neighbor to birds.


The Great Dismal Swamp

Restoring a swamp means undoing a piece of George Washington's legacy.


Enchanted Forest

The region's first easement protects a rare Micronesian forest.


Land of Giants

China's first private land trust is preserving critical panda habitat.


Virginia's Wild Coast

Virginia Coast Reserve is a living laboratory on a crowded seaboard.


American Icons

Four trees that have shaped a cultural identity are under threat.


Easements 101

A look at one of the Conservancy's most valuable tools.

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The River's Return Photo Gallery

The quiet resurrection of the dry Colorado River.


A Win for the West Photo Gallery

Historic deal reconnects patchwork of former railroad lands


Gulf Revival Photo Gallery

Oil spill fines fuel tidal wave of restoration work 


Virginia's Wild Coast Photo Gallery

Virginia Coast Reserve is a living laboratory on a crowded seaboard.


Land of Giants Photo Gallery

China’s first land trust is preserving panda habitat.


Place in the Sun Photo Gallery

As solar projects boom across the Mojave Desert, location matters.


On the Wing

Program provides “pop-up” habitat for migratory birds.


The Price of Poaching

Some communities are taking a stand against poaching--and winning.


The Cuba Connection

Cuba's healthy coral reefs help regenerate the entire Caribbean.


Back to the Adirondacks

Adirondack Park gets thousands of acres of former timber lands.


Cutting a Clear Path

An unlikely coalition restores the Escalante River.


Flying High

Saving a flying squirrel means saving its red spruce home.

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Python Patrol

Invasive species face an army of volunteers in Florida.

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Act of Inspiration

The 40 year-old Endangered Species Act is more effective than ever.

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Giant Steppes

Protecting Mongolia's Grasslands in the Face of a Mining Boom.

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Water Colors

Art and conservation go together like paint on canvas.

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A Good Cut

Restoring the heavily harvested forests of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

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Water Works

Photographer Blake Gordon talks about the Edwards Aquifer.

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Home Country

In Northern Australia, a new generation heals their homelands.

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Welcome to El Uno

What does it take to restore a short-grass prairie in Mexico?

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Continental Divide

Watch a video of our conservation work in Flathead Valley.

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Protecting Nature and Preserving History at Silver Creek Preserve

Protecting nature and preserving history can go hand-in-hand.

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Salmon Country

The Conservancy is working to protect threatened salmon habitat.

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The Great Plains

Wide-open spaces and wildlife up close—behold America's Heartland.

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Freeing a River

In Maine, buying dams – and removing them – may save Atlantic salmon.

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Cowgirl Conservation

In Utah, an innovative partnership may change ranching in the West.

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Turning Over a New LEAF

A summer in nature opens students’ eyes to the world of conservation.