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Dawn on the salt marsh at The Nature Conservancy's Lubberland Creek Preserve in Newmarket, New Hampshire. © Jerry and Marcy Monkman/EcoPhoto
Dawn on the salt marsh at The Nature Conservancy's Lubberland Creek Preserve in Newmarket, New Hampshire. © Jerry and Marcy Monkman/EcoPhoto

Speak up for nature by contacting your elected officials or pledging to take action.

Make a difference for conservation—we can’t do it without you!

A Florida panther sitting in a fern covered field.

Only 180 Left: Act Now to Save the Florida Panther

The lands that the endangered Florida panther calls home are at risk. Only 180 of these majestic cats are left, and every acre of habitat is critical. Make your voice heard to help.

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Okefenokee Swamp.

Stop the Mining Threat to the Okefenokee Swamp

North America’s largest intact freshwater wetland is under threat from a proposed titanium mine. Speak up to help stop this potentially irreparable harm to this iconic natural treasure.

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Tell Congress to Save America’s Wildlife

Urge Congress to pass the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) to save at-risk and endangered species.

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Moonrise over Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.

Protect America’s Public Lands!

Public lands are part of our national legacy. As they face growing threats, we must step up to protect these natural treasures.

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Sunrise aerial image of land protected by The Nature Conservancy's Cumberland Forest Project.

Sign the Pledge: Put Nature on the Agenda

Election Day each year is only the first step in making your voice heard. Your voice matters in keeping up the momentum to protect our natural world every day. Sign the pledge now.

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Expansive view of Bristol Bay, Alaska.

Help save Bristol Bay, one of the world’s last salmon strongholds

Please support Bristol Bay’s world-class salmon habitat, its clean waters, its abundant wildlife, and its Indigenous communities. Strongly voice your opposition to Pebble Mine.

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Live oaks frame the distant rolling hills on a ranch.

Speak Up for Nature

Be part of our united community of Nature Conservancy supporters and do your part to chart a better course forward for the one and only Earth we all share.

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Green sea turtle swimming in the shallow waters of Kahalu'u Beach, Big Island, Hawaii.

Help Save Marine Life

Stand with us and use your voice to save sea turtles and many more threatened species.

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Aerial view of timber cutting near Cachoeira Reservoir, Brazil.

More Land Destruction = More Climate Change. Act Now!

UN climate report shows need for more solutions to capture carbon. Urgent action needed!

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Baby elephant and adult standing by water.

Speak Out for Action on Species Loss

Stand up for action to stop species loss! Science-backed solutions are urgently needed now.

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Mills Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.

Tell Congress: Save Our Common Ground

It’s time for our leaders to come together and protect our natural world.

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Person stands on a rock inside the creater of Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii.

Tell Congress: Protect Conservation Funding

Speak out now: Protect our nation’s natural heritage and the health of people and our planet.

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Billowing smokestacks against sunset.

Sign The Pledge: Climate Action Now

America needs to honor our commitments to global climate action. Call for strong and continued U.S. leadership.

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Sign the Pledge: I’m With Science!

Science holds the key to solving our biggest environmental challenges. Stand with us in showing our leaders that we believe in science and its power to change our world for the better.

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An endangered Green Sea Turtle gracefully glides below the waves in the lagoon.

Act Now to Save Our Ocean

Call on global leaders to back a strong, legally binding treaty to stop unsustainable fishing and other ocean abuses.

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