Milestones: Fall 2012

 

Where We’re Headed: Launching NatureServe’s New Strategic Plan

Providing the scientific basis for effective conservation action is what motivates and inspires us. To ensure our continued success, this spring we launched a new Strategic Plan. Read more...


Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard Receives Federal Approval

One of the greatest remaining obstacles to effective ocean conservation has been the lack of a standard language for describing and comparing marine ecosystems. NatureServe and its partners have helped marine scientists take a big step forward in solving this fiendishly complicated problem. Read more...


Shaping the Issues that Affect our World

In recent months, NatureServe scientists have authored or co-authored six scientific publications illuminating pressing global conservation issues and their impact on efforts to protect our natural world. Read more...


William D. Ruckelshaus Receives 2012 NatureServe Conservation Award

NatureServe presented William D. Ruckelshaus with the 2012 Conservation Award during the Biodiversity Without Boundaries conference in Portland, Oregon, in April. Read more...


Getting Creative with Giving

Philanthropy comes with both an urge to make a difference and the satisfaction of knowing that you are taking action. Find out what motivates our donors, and how you can help. Read more...


Biodiversity Profile: Oblong Rocksnail

This freshwater snail, declared extinct in 2000, was recently rediscovered in the Cahaba River by a University of Alabama graduate student. Read more...