Written by Leigh Greenwood | April 26th, 2013
Did you know… over its lifetime, a large tree can provide almost $6,000 worth of benefits to those that live near it? In honor of Arbor Day, we’re sharing stats and tips for how you can keep our trees alive and thriving.
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.
Written by Jon Schwedler | February 10th, 2012
Forests in North America are getting some love: the U.S. Forest Service announces it will be increasing the pace of forest conservation over the next three years.
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | November 7th, 2011
Theodore Roosevelt’s legacy showed us that we can accomplish epic improvements to the health of our lands for generations to come — if the will still exists.
Written by Bob Bendick | July 19th, 2011
Conservation in America is facing a major crisis which has forced the Conservancy to take unprecedented action. Bob Bendick explains what we’ve done and why.
Written by Dave Mehlman | May 3rd, 2011
This year’s report takes a look at U.S. public lands and their critical importance as bird habitat. Dave Mehlman, the Conservancy’s migratory bird expert, contributed to the report and shares his insights.
Written by Mark Tercek | December 20th, 2010
The Conservancy’s president and CEO loves his job. See which massive accomplishment this month is just the latest reason why he feels this way.
Written by Bob Bendick | February 24th, 2010
President Obama’s proposed federal budget has some very good things for nature — and people who depend on nature, says the Conservancy’s Bob Bendick.
Written by Bob Lalasz | June 19th, 2009
Darn! We came so close to a positive five-for-five green links in today’s Coolness — but we saved the downer for last. So considerate of us! Have a great weekend, everybody! The world’s first real-time carbon counter is now live in Manhattan (see video above) — claiming to tally the metric tons of greenhouse gases […]
Written by Darci Palmquist | May 7th, 2009
In the last issue of Nature Conservancy magazine, writer Madeline Bodin reported on white-nose syndrome in bats. Unfortunately, as today’s lead story shows, the situation is getting worse. Read on to learn more… and check out all of today’s top news stories from the enviro-web. The U.S. Forest Service has ordered thousands of bat caves closed due to deadly white-nose syndrome, and […]