Written by Paul Kingsbury | February 18th, 2014
The benefits of urban conservation projects are well known: clean water, wildlife habitat, outdoor recreation. But blogger Paul Kingsbury found something unexpected while walking Nashville’s Greenways: community.
Written by Matt Miller | September 28th, 2012
When it comes to bats and people, our relationship has been…complicated. People have shot them, destroyed them, reviled them. But now, citizen conservationists, coupled with the best science, may be the best hope for bat populations to emerge from the threats of white-nose syndrome.
Written by Matt Miller | September 26th, 2012
Sure, you can build an artificial bat cave, and they will come. But how do you make it perfect? Hint: It’s more than digging a hole in the ground.
Written by Matt Miller | September 24th, 2012
Bats are dying by the millions. Science has yet to find answers. Can a new experiment in Tennessee offer hope? Join our blogger on the front line of the battle to save cave bats in the United States.
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | April 12th, 2012
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | November 3rd, 2011
Written by Brad Parker | June 13th, 2011
For 26 years we’ve been helping to protect an endangered turtle that only weighs about four ounces. This spring they’ve gone missing. Find out why that may be very good news.
Written by Bob Bendick | January 27th, 2009
Many of us at The Nature Conservancy were privileged to work with Jim Range. We are all saddened by the news of his untimely death at the far too young age of 63. The world is a better place because of Jim’s passion, political savvy and commitment to conservation. Jim was chief counsel to former […]