Written by Dustin Solberg | December 21st, 2012
In Alaska, the holidays are not the only time of year people give back. Catching salmon – and sharing it with others – is at the center of everyday life.
Written by Michael Looker | November 30th, 2012
As The Nature Conservancy in Australia embarks on a new chapter, its director, Dr. Michael Looker, reflects on the past and future of a life in conservation.
Written by Jake Cohen | November 14th, 2012
Meet Naftali and Wahab, two locals who gave up harmful fishing practices to make a difference for their Raja Ampat communities.
Written by Jake Cohen | October 31st, 2012
Learn how an agreement between local communities and Sea Sanctuaries Trust is protecting some of the most famous and popular reefs for divers that visit Raja Ampat.
Written by Jack Hurd | October 12th, 2012
A changing world is squeezing the coastal and forest-dwelling communities that need nature to survive. How can we help protect these people and nature?
Written by Dustin Solberg | September 14th, 2012
A new stream project allows wild Alaskan salmon to travel freely for the first time in decades.
Written by Dustin Solberg | August 27th, 2012
This is the heart of the coastal temperate rainforest – a lush and green place known for giant trees, placid estuaries brimming with marine life and cascading salmon streams.
Written by Michael Looker | July 16th, 2012
Learn how the Conservancy is helping manage Australia’s largest — and newest — protected area.
Written by Eddie Game | March 28th, 2012
In the harsh aridlands of northern Kenya, a community project is helping restore grasslands, wildlife and people’s livelihoods.
Written by Dustin Solberg | February 24th, 2012
A salmon stream in Alaska was once so damaged it was thought to be beyond repair, and it had a name that reflected that feeling. Now the stream, and it’s new name, are beautiful examples of restoration.