Thanks to Jake Trawick, a middle school student from Zachary, Louisiana, the Conservancy’s Brown/Crutcher/Wallace Nature Preserve has a new bridge. Ken Brooks, the Conservancy’s Preserve Monitor in the area, played an integral role in assisting with the project during Jake’s spring break.
The bridge, which is 16’ long, used mostly salvaged, pressure-treated materials from a recently renovated…
by Ben Swanson
When I accepted the position as a youth representative on The Nature Conservancy’s Kentucky Board of Trustees last year, I committed to intensifying efforts to engage a new generation of conservationists in the organization’s work. I recently delivered by organizing Youth Work Day at the Sally Brown and Crutcher nature preserves in Garrard County.
Our work day, held on April 12th…
Five years after the successful removal of invasive Norway rats from Alaska’s Hawadax Island, biologists have discovered tufted puffins for the first time ever! Check out this great story at —>http://goo.gl/LdKbfn
photo: Tufted Puffins are winging their way back to Hawadax. © Ilana Nimz/USFWS