From Washington to the World
Our work in Washington not only impacts our state's natural treasures but extends to scale beyond our borders. In turn, we leverage lessons from The Nature Conservancy's global presence to influence our efforts here at home. Browse the projects below to find out how we're going global with science-based solutions.
From our temperate rainforests to the tropical rainforests of Indonesia, we are working with local and national level partners to ensure that rainforests, the wildlife and the people who depend on them can continue to thrive.
From the Pacific Coast to Brazil and Tanzania, the Nature Conservancy partners to ensure Indigenous People have the power to create a prosperous future, using and restoring the natural resources they’ve depended upon for centuries.
Carbon emissions reductions are essential to meet the urgent challenge of climate change. Natural solutions are also essential, able to achieve more than 1/3 of global carbon reduction goals. Our work in Washington's forests and along our coasts are scaling up to climate action in the US and beyond.
Aquaculture is the fastest-growing food industry on the planet and may offer habitat and water quality benefits. We're pioneering restorative aquaculture in Washington, alongside projects in Indonesia, Belize, Virginia and California. At home and around the world, science and community partnerships are our springboards.