New tool has the potential to unlock conservation solutions
The Nature Conservancy

The first regional-scale data has been released from the Operational Tillage Information System (OpTIS), a new tool that has the potential to unlock conservation solutions for a variety of food and agricultural supply chain stakeholders. These data document the level of adoption of soil health…

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The Nature Conservancy Acquires 253,000 Acres of Working Forest Land
The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) today announced that the TNC-managed Cumberland Forest Project has acquired 253,000 acres of working forest land in the Central Appalachian coalfields of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia. The project represents one of the largest and most innovative land conservation and ecological restoration…

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UN Foundation Director Talks Financing the SDGs
United Nations Foundation

This week, members of the government, civil society and the private sector will gather at the United Nations for the Forum on Financing for Development. The forum is a moment to access progress toward the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, an agreement to generate financing and…

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New Irrigation Project in Colorado Will Save A Billion Gallons of Water
Nature Conservancy

The Colorado River provides drinking water for more than 36 million people in the U.S. and Mexico. It irrigates over 5 million acres of agricultural land providing food production, hydropower, and supporting a $26 billion recreation economy. This month, The Nature Conservancy launched a pilot…

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How Restoring Forests in Brazil May Increase Water Security
Nature Conservancy

For many residents in the Mantiquerira Mountain range, the mountains and forests are the natural storage and filtration systems which provide their water. The Nature Conservancy Staff, local policymakers, and landowners explain the connections between forest restoration, climate change, water security and rural economies in…

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How Restoring Rivers Can Transform Communities
The Nature Conservancy

Rivers flow through the heart of communities that surround them, proving food, jobs, transportation, jobs, and water. As part of the Caterpillar Foundation’s work to alleviate poverty, the Great Rivers Partnership with The Nature Conservancy funds improvements of some of the world’s most impressive rivers…

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