Written by Tom McCann | June 3rd, 2013
See how The Nature Conservancy is putting science in action to restore coastal habitat, adding natural defenses to storms and helping give coastal economies a boost.
Written by Kydd Pollock | August 14th, 2012
What does it feel like to be bitten by a shark? Our marine scientist shares his story and why he continues to get back into the water.
Written by Sheila Walsh Reddy | March 5th, 2012
Are fat fish a sign of golden times on the reef? Not likely, according to a new Conservancy study that finds fat fish are indicators of a fishery out of balance.
Written by Brad Parker | June 3rd, 2011
James Byrne, the Conservancy’s South Florida and Caribbean Marine Science Program Manager, is about to lead an unprecedented expedition in the Caribbean. Find out what the team will be doing.
Written by Stephanie Wear | March 21st, 2011
Marine scientist Stephanie Wear says overfishing is having an impact on our diets and the coral reefs. But you can be part of the solution.
Written by Robin Brunotts | August 24th, 2009
Like any great ocean-going vessel, The Nature Conservancy’s new Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) needs a name. And we want you to help us christen it — so vote online for your favorite nautical nickname. “Flying” just above the seafloor, the ROV — an underwater robot with cameras (see video above) — gathers high-resolution video and […]
Written by Jay Odell | March 26th, 2009
I’ve been creating (and embellishing) fish stories ever since my grandfather took me to the North Carolina mountains to teach me the alchemy that transformed the grasshoppers we caught together into rainbows of flipping shining scales in a five-year-old boy’s hands. Subsequent initiations by father and great-grandfather led to a life of piscatorial pursuits, more […]