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Champions of Conservation

In the face of climate change, monoculture, and an uncertain future, a grower tries new tactics

Champions of Conservation

Rooting out invasives, beckoning youth to the cause: A Choctaw biologist doubles down

Champions of Conservation

This Texas fly guide is hooking up the Lower Colorado with cleaner waters

Champions of Conservation

An inspiring farmer goes soil deep to prove what’s old is new again

Champions of Conservation

An inventive herpetologist wields DNA in wild and wonderful ways

Champions of Conservation

This Carolina botanist won’t rest till the South’s iconic insectivorous plants are protected

Champions of Conservation

Plummeting turkey numbers? A Georgia biologist and hunter is stepping in

Champions of Conservation

Long before Atlanta’s South River became a political flash point, Jacqueline Echols began fighting to conserve the waterway

Land & Conservation

Saving wild turkeys, protecting Venus flytraps, cleaning up rivers, cultivating the crops of tomorrow, and more—the heroic efforts of these ten undersung scientists, advocates, and innovators are helping defend the South’s imperiled ecosystems

Land & Conservation

If you needed proof that corals are animals, watch these videos

Land & Conservation

Digging deep into the research—and my soul—to appreciate this scuttling evolutionary superstar

Conservation

Celebrating South Carolina’s state dog

This Land

Descendants of indigenous tribes connect at a historic site

Land & Conservation

Lessons from a chance encounter with a beached baby terrapin

Land & Conservation

A restored Oklahoma tallgrass prairie offers a blueprint for heritage herds

Conservation

A fertile turtle returns to the same stretch of Georgia coast to nest on friendly shores

Land & Conservation

The dos and don’ts of swiping seashells, hermit crabs, shark teeth, whale bones, and more

Land & Conservation

For one thing, a remarkable conservation success story

Land & Conservation

Sweating the details of heat and humidity

Land & Conservation

Easier said than done when dealing with a three-hundred-pound animal mired in pluff mud