The Nature Conservancy in Washington is dedicated to sustaining and enhancing a healthy relationship between people and nature. As part of the world’s largest global conservation organization, we are uniquely positioned to deliver innovative solutions to our most pressing conservation needs and leverage them at a meaningful scale assuring the quality of life for people and nature, in our state—and in our world.
Philanthropic and Other Investments, General donations, membership, Estate Planning, Planned Giving, Legacy Club
Deb Crespin, Associate Director of Philanthropy and Legacy Club Member
Moses Coulee Field Station
110 East First Street
Cle Elum, WA 98922
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Seattle, WA 98121
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Mount Vernon, WA 98273
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Yakima, WA 98901
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Volunteer programs are a great way to introduce new audiences to the work The Nature Conservancy does and tothe environmental field in general. Volunteers are also mission critical for The Nature Conservancy to accomplish our work.
“You can’t see the entire world from the top of Everest…..The view from there only reminds you how big the world is and how much more there is to see and learn.”
In addition to leading our work to clean up and restore Puget Sound, Jessie Israel is our chief architect for advancing our work in urban areas.
Chris Hilton is the urban partnerships director for The Nature Conservancy’s Puget Sound program.
"All kinds of people should be able to live in and contribute to a healthy natural world."
"I work with communities to guide imperfect and messy ideas into concepts full of possibilities by encouraging our partners to be generous with their viewpoints, faith and challenge."
As a conservation scientist, Phil is interested in bridging the gaps between theory and practice andbetween social and natural sciences.