In the News for Earth Day and the March for Science

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Earth Day and the Science March gave The Nature Conservancy a big opportunity to share our message of hope for a future where people and nature thrive together.

Sound science is the foundation for all of our conservation work, and shows us how to learn and adapt in a changing world.

Here’s our media round-up:

Seattle Times Op-Ed by our Lead Scientist Phil Levin and Trustee Mary Ruckelshaus:
March for science, stand as a community

Washington state director Mike Stevens tells KIRO TV why this march matters:

Mike Stevens on KOMO Radio:

We covered the entire Science March with Facebook Live video – if you watch you’ll see Mike Stevens, Mary Ruckelshaus, and special guest Bill Ruckelshaus, the first director of the EPA, who stopped by our table to say hello.