Landowner Profile: MO Hives (KC)

MO Hives has worked to place beehives and native plants in vacant lots in Kansas City, while also serving a youth conservation program. In addition to emphasizing the importance of the pollinating insect for improving food production yields, MO Hives…

Carmenza Yucuna – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Carmenza Yucuna, a leader from Colombia’s Jariyé community, is studying the ways native Melipona bees support a healthy environment. Through this work and with support from the Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program, Carmenza is strengthening the traditional knowledge of environmental…

Katty Guatatoca – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Katty Guatatoca, member of Ecuador’s Unión Base community of the Kichwa nation, is utilizing ancestral knowledge and skills to recycle inorganic materials like plastic into handmade goods and fabrics. Through this work and with support from the Amazonia Indigenous Women’s…

Caroline Jacobs – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Caroline Jacobs, a member of Guyana’s Makushi tribe from Surama Village, is working to document and record the traditional knowledge of elders in four communities, with a focus on women, to ensure conservation of the environment. Through her work and…

Sharmaine Artist – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Sharmaine Artist, a native of Suriname’s village of Powakka, is facilitating a “bio-hydroponic farming” project that encourages environmentally friendly planting and sustainable waste management. Through her work and with support from the Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program, Sharmaine is focused…

Samela Sateré – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

In Indigenous communities around the world, women’s voices often remain in the margin. Samela Sateré is working to change that. Samela, with support from the Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program, is working to strengthen and preserve the culture of Brazil’s…

Evelin Garcia – Amazonia Indigenous Women’s Fellowship Program

Evelin Garcia, a member of Bolivia’s Monkox Chiquitano community, is working to revive her people’s traditional knowledge and use of medicinal plants. #Indigenouswomen play a vital role in the preservation and transmission of traditional knowledge. Evelin, with support from the…

The Conservator, The Apprentice, and the Problem Part 4

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World Lion Day | August 10, 2022

This #WorldLionDay marks the five year anniversary of the Lion Recovery Fund. During this time, you support has helped us achieve the following: ◾️ 71,164 snares removed from lion habitat. ◾️ 12,531 anti-poaching patrols supported. ◾️ Over $25 million pledged…

Outdoor Adventure at Riverlands

Discover outdoor adventure at Riverlands. This unique area minutes from St. Louis offers floating, hiking trails through forest, prairie and wetland habitats, and some of the best birdwatching in the country. Tour before you go in this Discover Nature Note.…

Missouri Department of Conservation – Trees

Nature is everywhere, and it makes life better for us and our families! Take care of our trees and plant native plants to welcome pollinating insects, and they'll help our plants and vegetables grow. Plants and trees clean our air…

The Conservator, The Apprentice, and The Problem Part 3

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Nature’s Calling – Floating, Hellbenders, Crayfish (Aug 2022)

Get valuable tips and info about Floating a Missouri stream, Hellbenders, and Crayfish in this monthly video segment. https://mdc.mo.gov/

The Conservator, The Apprentice, and The Problem Part 2

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Celebrating Latino Conservation Week with our Partners

Ricardo Cagigal, Conservation Coordinator at Houston Parks Board, shares his experience connecting to the outdoors and how we can make the outdoors more inclusive for Latino/Latinx communities. #LatinoConservationWeek

The Conservator, The Apprentice, and The Problem – Part 1

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Wolf Fatherly Love

Beyond their ecological importance as critical keystone predators, wolves are also really patient, generous, and loving dads. Mexican gray wolf Lighthawk first earned the badge of fatherhood in 2018. On May 3, 2022, he and his mate Trumpet celebrated their…