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A new mapping tool shows lowers costs and more feasible options for restoring forests in the United States.
To unlock the potential of our soils to help the U.S. achieve a net-zero economy, farmers and ranchers need transformative investment.
These types of conservation projects help to improve hunting and fishing opportunities and combat climate change in a win-win for fish and wildlife.
In order to conserve 30% of America’s land and waters by 2030, we must empower private landowners to conserve their natural and working lands at a much greater pace and scale. Andrew Bowman, president and CEO of the Land Trust Alliance, explains why land trusts are uniquely qualified to make that happen and, importantly, why they can do so in an inclusive and equitable way.
Can beer be produced sustainably? Learn about an innovative partnership on the West Coast that decided to get to the very root of the problem – and the results taste great.
California has long been a place that set trends. But what is California’s next climate action milestone? Using California’s world-class outdoors landscapes to help address climate change.
Hear from Cathy Macdonald, North America Director of Natural Climate Solutions at The Nature Conservancy about why she joined the U.S. Nature4Climate coalition and why TNC is committed to elevating the role of Natural Climate Solutions.
“Hard work, low pay, miserable conditions, and more!”
On its face, the California Conservation Corps’ motto might seem like more of a warning than a recruiting tool, but for thousands, it represents a promise: new skills, entry to a career, even a bit of an adventure.