Expanding the Successful Sustainable Rivers Program

Dams aren’t going away. But a successful program better manages them for people and nature.

Matthew L. Miller

50 Fish, 50 States: Razorback Sucker Nursery

A new project in Utah gives endangered fish a fighting chance.

Matthew L. Miller

Got Floods? Protecting Floodplains Could Be a Cheap Way to Reduce Damages

In many places in the U.S., $1 invested in floodplain protection today can return at least $5 in savings from avoided flood damages in the future.

Cara Cannon Byington

Story type: TNC Science Brief

The Living Benefits of East Coast Dam Removal

Removing obsolete dams offer dramatic benefits for fish, the economy and the future.

Matthew L. Miller

Hellbenders Need You to Stop Messing With Their Bedrooms

That streamside rock cairn you posted on Instagram? It’s killing ancient salamanders.

Christine Peterson

50 Fish, 50 States: Trout at 11,000 Feet

Fishing for a (formerly) extinct fish in the Colorado Rockies.

Matthew L. Miller

50 Fish, 50 States: The Bass of Emiquon

Chasing bass on a former cornfield turned restored wetland in Illinois.

Matthew L. Miller

Radio Tracking a Rare Crayfish

The Guyandotte crayfish was thought to be extinct. But it’s back.

John McCoy

Recovery: The Once and Future Greenback Cutthroat Victory

The greenback cutthroat was lost and then found, then lost again. But now it’s back.

Ted Williams

Experimenting with Water Funds + Behavior Change

Can targeted, farm-level recommendations spark adoption at the scale needed to ensure the city of Nairobi a sustainable water supply? TNC scientists are experimenting to find out.

Stephen Wood

Meet the Mysterious Freshwater Eels of New Zealand

Meet the eels of New Zealand… they can climb ladders, live for 100 years, and migrate thousands of miles to an unknown spawning ground.

Justine E. Hausheer

Recovery: Darters and Values

Darters, the native fish once belittled as “cold slimy things,” face a more hopeful future.

Ted Williams