Collection Conservation Success Stories
We hear a lot about efforts to save our planet’s most vulnerable species, but are all of our efforts working? The simple answer is, yes!
Here are some of our favorite pieces highlighting conservation success. From reviving entire ecosystems to saving key species, there’s a lot to celebrate when it comes to our conservation efforts!
The Remarkable Organization Saving Kenya’s Orphaned Elephants
Meet the remarkable people behind one of their most successful (and adorable) programs protecting the world's remaining wildlife, the Elephant Orphanage. For over 40 years the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has been transforming and inspiring hearts and minds!Read More
Giving Un-Adoptable Dogs New Life as Wildlife Crime-Stoppers
With an incredible sense of smell, natural instincts for hunting, and a trainable nature, man’s best friend might just be nature’s best friend, too. The Pooches of Working Dogs for Conservation are finding their niche in this world as anti-poaching agents, catching poachers, saving animals, and proving that when we lean into our talents, anything is paw-sible.Read More
Restoring the Rainforest by Helping Locals Become Eco-Entrepreneurs
Can you make an impact on saving a rainforest, even though it may be far from your front door? With this nonprofit, you can do just that and help save the rainforest from your couch!Read More
The New Model to Defend Nature & Community: Empower Women with Damien Mander (Episode #57)
You would never initially think that women would make some of the best game wardens in all of Africa and lead to complete social reform within the community! There is a lot to learn here, and today we’re going to dive head first into a world of social entrepreneurship with Damien Mander.Read More
What Happens When Lion Hunter Becomes Lion Protector?
Could the Kenyan warriors who once hunted lions actually be the best ambassadors to protect them? Here’s how Warrior Watch is taking skills honed over generations and using them for good to save this amazing species!Read More
Hungry Goats: The Unlikely Heroes Preventing Wildfires!
Goats combating wildfires? In Australia, communities are teaming up with these hungry helpers to restore their forests. And we’re finding inspiration to solve problems in our own lives along the way!Read More
How Painted Wolves Are Saving a National Park!
Is fear a good thing? In a gorgeous valley of southern Mozambique, reintroducing fear has restored order and allowed their ecosystem to once again thrive after humans sent it spiraling out of check. Here's the story of Gorongosa National Park's revival—thanks to the return of the painted wolf!Read More
The 2,000-Pound Vegetarians Slowing Climate Change
Some of our best environmental engineers when it comes to winning the race to slow climate change have turned out to be these natural (and very cute) prairie-preserving specialists! Here’s how bison are restoring a previously destroyed landscape and keeping tons of carbon out of our atmosphere along the way.Read More
How Sea Bunnies and Otters Teamed Up to Save a Seashore
Is an ecosystem like a community? One beloved natural space was almost lost forever when it lost two of it's most important members, but here's how embracing their unique skills saved their home!Read More
Where There’s a Weevil, There’s a Way!
Here's a story that shows what's possible when we use our strengths to solve big problems. When a Texas lake and way of life were threatened by an invasive species, scientists, community members, and weevils teamed up to save their beloved waters!Read More
How TurtleCams are Enlisting Turtles to Protect their Ocean!
Do you remember the viral video of the sea turtle with a straw stuck in its nose? It changed the way many people saw our ocean plastic problem. And now, the scientists behind that video are keeping the positive momentum going—this time turning to the turtles themselves for footage of how we can help make a difference!Read More
Meet the Couple that Helped Save 10 Million Acres of Patagonia
Thanks to the largest private donation of land in history, 10 million acres of land are now protected in Patagonia: one of the most beautiful places on Earth. So, who are these remarkable donors?Read More
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