Conservation that Works for America

From Our Chairman and CEO

Jay Winthrop, ChairmanJay WinthropLawrence A. Selzer, PresidentLawrence A. SelzerAs Americans in the midst of a pandemic, we are facing critical public health, economic and social challenges. Yet despite the current chaos, there are fundamental values that still ring true for all of us:

  • We need access to nature—for solace, adventure, exercise and inspiration.
  • We need an economy that considers and supports our natural environment.
  • We need thriving and healthy communities.

We recognize fully that The Conservation Fund is not a relief agency. We are not first responders and we are not providing care on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis. But for 35 years, we have built smart solutions that connect complex issues—building resilience into our food systems, mitigating the impact of climate change and helping communities flourish. All to ensure a better, safer, healthier and more sustainable future for all Americans.

In 2019, we worked in communities across the country to complete over 150 projects that combine environmental protection and economic development. We’ve highlighted a few within these pages. But our work is never finished. And with our health, safety, and livelihoods threatened, we have no time to waste.

Each year we lose nearly a million acres of forests and nearly 1.5 million acres of productive farmland. These are working lands critical to our ability to survive and thrive. Our Working Forest Fund and Working Farms Fund are aimed directly at these great challenges. And of course, the demand for outdoor spaces has dramatically increased through this crisis.

As our country cries out for well-paying jobs, stronger supply chains, more resilient communities, and wild places for recreation and inspiration, The Conservation Fund offers solutions. Our models for acquiring and conserving land are the most efficient and effective in the nation.

We hope you’ll help us accelerate our 2019 achievements throughout the rest of 2020 and beyond. We are well positioned to weather this storm. We will emerge stronger still and will continue to add to America’s treasured conservation legacy each and every day.

  • Jay Winthrop, Chairman
    Jay Winthrop, Chairman
  • Lawrence A. Selzer, President
    Lawrence A. Selzer, President

The Challenge

Bold Solutions

For 35 years, The Conservation Fund has delivered bold conservation solutions that are good for both people and the planet. We reject the idea that we must choose the environment or the economy. We embrace the "and". We protect working forests that address climate change and provide jobs. We create urban parks and train local youth in green jobs. We protect farms and food for school kids. We conserve habitat and prevent flooding in communities. We equip communities with tools to save nature and create a vibrant economy.

Getting the Job Done

Each community, landscape and project has different needs. Our can-do staff includes experts who use conservation and finance tools in new ways to meet these needs. We create unique financing mechanisms— low-interest loans, bridge capital, green bonds, impact investing and mitigation funding to get the job done. And if we don’t have the right tool for the job, you can count on us to build a new one.

Doing it Together

Yet, we don’t do this work alone. We are non-partisan and work with outstanding partners large and small to protect the environment and create resilient communities. And no one is as important as you, our donors and partners. Thank you for your support.
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In 2019...

Our commitment to environmental protection and economic vitality is exemplified in these highlights from this past year:

156 projects where completed in 35 states conserving nearly207,000 acres valued at more than $323 million — 35 more projects than the previous year!

Our Working Forest Fund® acquired more than 79,000 acres of high conservation value forestland, facilitated the protection of nearly 30,000 acres under conservation and conveyed over 26,000 acres to long-term stewards in 2019. To date, we have maintained or generated over 5,000 jobs.

Over5,000donors supported projects across the U.S., and 460 donors made regular monthly donations to us.

Over $77M in private contributions were received from individuals, foundations and corporations.

Natural Capital Investment Fund provided $13.7M in 61 loans and over 3,200 hours of technical assistance to 194 small businesses and farm enterprises. NCIFund was founded by and is a supporting organization to the Fund.

Highlights

Click on the photos below to explore our work in 2019.

Green Bonds Accelerate the Conservation of Working Forests

America’s working forests are disappearing at an alarming rate and once they are gone, we all lose out.

Our Working Forest Fund is a proven model that saves the most critical working forests before it is too late.

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Sowing Seeds of Hope for Farmers and Food Systems

America’s food system has been showing significant signs of stress for some time. School kids don’t always have access to healthy foods. Our small farms are disappearing. And now with a pandemic, store shelves are often empty. As we take stock of the need for fresh, nutritious, accessible and affordable food, the question becomes, how do we build a better food system?

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Flower Power Enables Growth in Southern California

In spring 2019, a rare super bloom of poppies created a frenzy. More than 800,000 visitors, photographers and nature lovers converged on Walker Canyon to view the vibrant hues blanketing the vast hillsides. Thrilled by so many visitors enjoying and marveling at the site, the landowner wanted to protect his 271-acre property for future tourists and wildlife.

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Swift Action Sets a Course for Protecting Colorado’s Pristine Sweetwater Lake

Nearly 100 years ago, Louis “Diamond Jack” Alteri, fled to the picturesque lake to evade authorities and rival gangsters. Since then, subsequent owners have attempted to develop the area. The local community and the U.S. Forest Service have long wanted to see Sweetwater Lake preserved and open to the public but couldn’t compete with bids from developers and investors.

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Protection of Tortoise Habitat Provides Assurances to Farming and Forest Industries

Georgia happens to be home to the iconic gopher tortoise, a keystone species whose large burrow systems benefit and support around 350 other species. The gopher tortoise is a candidate for endangered species status in Georgia. If the gopher tortoise becomes federally protected in Georgia, it could have a significant negative impact on the timber and agricultural industry in the south.

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Volkswagen Drives Bigger in Tennessee

When Volkswagen undertook a major expansion of its electric vehicle manufacturing plant in Chattanooga, being a good neighbor was top of mind. The company turned to The Conservation Fund and asked us to design solutions that would help support conservation and communities around the new facility.

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From Our CFO

John Gilbert
As Jay and Larry stressed in their opening letter, there is no time to waste in building a better and more sustainable future for all Americans. In 2019, we delivered on that urgent vision by accelerating our work across a number of fronts:

  • We used our balance sheet more aggressively to acquire new conservation properties that we will work to permanently protect. Our investments in new land acquisitions increased 70% when compared to 2018, representing a total purchase price of land in 2019 equal to $214 million.
  • We raised more funding from the bond market and other sources to increase our scale. As a result, our total assets grew over 18% to $1.02 billion (including NCIFund).
  • And we were successful in assisting our trusted partners so they could complete projects that did not require an investment of our funds. In 2019, we provided technical and acquisition assistance to partners with 74 land transactions, an increase of 89% when compared to 2018, to permanently protect 77,000 acres.
  • Finally, we keep pressing forward with new initiatives to conserve working lands and support resilient communities. The Working Farms Fund (described earlier) is a great example of continued progress in 2019.

In addition to our momentum, financial strength and agility, we are fortunate to have an incredible staff that is showing the type of ingenuity and financial discipline necessary for The Conservation Fund to continue to thrive. Forward thinking, risk management and cost control are our top priorities, and if we can do that effectively we will be well positioned for whatever lies ahead.

However, despite our growth we are still fundamentally smaller than the scale of our mission-driven potential. As other sources of conservation finance become scarce, we are seeing an increased demand for our capital and we have to be increasingly selective in our projects. We hope to be able to attract more funding, but we are also using every opportunity to look for innovative ways to partner with others and stretch our capacity.

2019 feels like a long time ago for all of us, but thankfully it was another very strong year for The Conservation Fund, and it has given us important momentum as we manage through this unprecedented COVID-19 and racial injustice upheaval. With strong support from our existing and new partners, we hope to be able to realize our ambitious vision for conservation in America that benefits everyone.

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John Gilbert
Executive Vice President, CFO



Combined Statement of Activities
And Change In Net Assets (In Thousands)

For the year ended December 31, 2019.
Real estate activities 2019 Total
Sales of conservation land to others 118,621
Contributions and grants 35,551
Investment and other program income 19,441
Land contributed for conservation 3,074
Contract income 4,809
Total real estate activities 181,496
Non-real estate activities 2019 Total
Contributions and grants 20,518
Investment and other program income 16,776
Contract income 8,711
Total non-real estate activities 46,005
Total support and revenue $227,501

Expenses 2019 Total
Real estate program expense 188,941
Non-real estate program expense 24,242
Management and general 5,315
Fundraising 3,614
Total Expenses $222,112

Change in Net Assets $5,389
Net Assets, Beginning of Year $493,234
Net Assets, End of Year $498,623

Sources of Funds - 2019

(In Thousands)
Land sales 118,621
Corporate contributions and mitigation 30,402
Foundation contributions 22,120
Carbon/Timber/Contract 16,725
Other contributions and income 14,637
Individual contributions 10,669
Federal Grants 6,169
State grants 5,083
Land gifts 3,074

Uses of Funds - 2019

(In Thousands)
Real estate program expense 188,941
Non-real estate program expense 24,242
Management and general 5,315
Fundraising 3,614

Leadership

Board of Directors


Winthrop-John

Chairman of the Board

Jay Winthrop
Connecticut
Wagley-Jay

Vice Chairman

Jay F. Wagley
Texas
Selzer-Lawrence

President and CEO

Lawrence A. Selzer
Virginia
Julie G. Barker
Julie G. Barker
Massachusetts
Gregory A. Barker
Gregory A. Beard
New York
Robert Bonnie
Robert Bonnie
Virginia
Indy Burke
Indy Burke
Connecticut
Todd Carter
Todd J. Carter
California
J. Storey Charbonnet
J. Storey Charbonnet
Louisiana
Cherington-Charles
Charles R. Cherington
Massachusetts
Kimberlee R. Cornett
Kimberlee R. Cornett
Michigan
delaGarza-Luis
Luis de la Garza
Texas
Elbert-Stephen
Stephen A. Elbert
Tennessee
Hagen-Paul
Paul E. Hagen
District of Columbia
Jennifer Hernandez
Jennifer L. Hernandez
California
Hughes-GWilson
G. Wilson Hughes
Alaska
Jill Long Thompson
Jill L. Long Thompson
Indiana
Morton-Thruston
Thruston B. Morton III
North Carolina
Kevyn D. Orr
Kevyn D. Orr
District of Columbia
Schutt-Charles
Charles Porter Schutt III
Delaware
Daniel R. Tishman
Daniel R. Tishman
New York
Noonan-Patrick

Chairman Emeritus

Patrick F. Noonan
Maryland
Grosvenor-Gilbert

Director Emeritus

Gilbert M. Grosvenor
Virginia
Hanes-KiKu

Director Emeritus

Kiku H. Hanes
Montana
[not pictured]

Director Emeritus

In Memory of
Hadlai A. Hull
Minnesota
Jordan-Charles

Director Emeritus

In Memory of
Charles R. Jordan
Oregon
[not pictured]

Director Emeritus

In Memory of
Hubert W. Vogelman
Vermont

Officers

Collectively, our officers have more than 600 years of conservation experience.

Winthrop-John

Chairman

Jay Winthrop
Wagley-Jay

Vice Chairman

Jay F. Wagley
Selzer-Lawrence

President and CEO

Lawrence A. Selzer
Cannon-Holly
Holly Cannon
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Erdmann-Richard
Richard L. Erdmann
Senior Counselor
John S. Gilbert
John S. Gilbert
Executive Vice President, CFO, Treasurer
Eric Kostegan
Eric Kostegan
Executive Vice President, Investment and Growth
Elsbree-Mark
Mark W. Elsbree
Senior Vice President, Conservation Acquisition, Western Region
Murphy-Robin
Robin Murphy
Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Phillips-Blaine-T
Blaine T. Phillips Jr.
Senior Vice President, Conservation Acquisition, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast Regions
Kelly M. Reed
Kelly M. Reed
Senior Vice President, Government Relations
Sexton-Matthew
Matthew S. Sexton
Senior Vice President, Conservation Acquisition, Southeastern Region
Smith-Evan
Evan H. Smith
Senior Vice President, Conservation Ventures
William L. Allen, III
William L. Allen, III
Vice President, Conservation Services
Brian J. Dangler
Brian J. Dangler
Vice President, Director - Working Forest Fund
Duffus-Thomas
Thomas R. Duffus
Vice President and Northeast Representative
monica garrison
Monica Garrison
Vice President, Finance and Treasurer
Hankins-Joseph
Joseph A. Hankins
Vice President
Meyers-Erik
Erik J. Meyers
Vice President, Climate and Water Sustainability
ODay-Jodi
Jodi R. O'Day
Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Assistant Secretary
Sager-Mikki
Mikki J. Sager
Vice President and Director of Resourceful Communities
Gates Watson
Gates M. Watson
Vice President, Montana and Northwest Director, Conservation Acquisition
David Williams
David Williams
Vice President, Technology and Chief Information Officer
McCants-Megan
Margaret A. McCants
Secretary
Engle-Elizabeth
Elizabeth Engle
Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary
Hurt-Paul
Paul F. Hurt
Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary
Tison-Scott
Scott M. Tison
Assistant Secretary
As of April, 2020

Staff

National Office

(Arlington, VA)

Wendy Adams
Senior Government Relations Representative

Nina Balter
Prospect Researcher

Christopher Bell
Deputy General Counsel

Kendra Briechle
Senior Training Associate, Conservation Leadership Network

Lynn Cabralis
Senior Grant Specialist

Holly Cannon
Executive Vice President and General Counsel

Alec Cappelear
Finance Manager

Mark Cason
Senior Government Relations Representative

KaShawn Diggs
HR Admin Coordinator

Lily G. Engle
Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary

Richard L. Erdmann
Senior Counselor 
 
Andrea Ferri
Real Estate Business Manager / Operations Manager, Conservation Loans

Monica Garrison
Vice President of Finance and Treasurer

Kristie George
Graphic Designer

John S. Gilbert
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Melissa Goldbeck
Controller

Alyssa Halper
Senior Accountant

Michele Haynes
Program Associate, Conservation Finance Network

Minh Ho
Systems Administrator

Zhivko Illeieff
Online Content Manager & Creator

Rachael Joiner
Senior Director of Operations, Strategic Engagement

Valerie Keefer
Media Relations Associate

Hazel Mayers
Receptionist

Meg McCants
Conservation Acquisitions Director and Board Secretary

Raiza D. McCutchan
Assistant Controller

Erik Meyers
Vice President

Robin Murphy
Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications

Patrick F. Noonan
Chairman Emeritus

Liz Palmer
Business Systems Director

Ainsley M. Pittman
Director of Annual Giving

Kelly M. Reed
Senior Vice President of Government Relations

Bobbi Reierson
Development Associate

Melissa Shulz
Controller

Lawrence A. Selzer
President and CEO

Mary Sorenson
Database and Records Assistant

Stacia Stanek
Senior Representative, Government Relations

Chris Stevens
Desktop Systems Administrator

Angelo Tan
Staff Accountant

Wendy Taylor
Senior Director of Strategic Giving

Scott M. Tison
Real Estate and Legal Manager

Stacia Turner
Urban Conservation Program Associate

Eric Wuestewald
Marketing and Communications Specialist

Leigh Whelpton
Program Director, Conservation Finance Network

Lesley White-Kayser
Director of Systems, Strategic Engagement

David Williams
Vice President of Technology and Chief Information Officer

Allegra Wrocklage
Program Coordinator, Conservation Finance Network

Conservation Acquistion Directors

Mark Elsbree
Senior Vice President and Western Director, Conservation Acquisition

Blaine Phillips
Senior Vice President and Mid-Atlantic Regional Director, Conservation Acquisition

Matthew Sexton
Senior Vice President and Southeast Regional Director, Conservation Acquisition

Alaska

Brad A. Meiklejohn
Senior Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Glenn Elison
Alaska Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Christopher Little
Alaska State Associate, Conservation Acquisition

John Wros
Real Estate Associate, Conservation Aquisition

Arizona

Kirste Kowalsky
Arizona Field Representative, Conservation Aquisition

California

Eric Kostegan
Executive Vice President, Investment and Growth

Evan H. Smith
Senior Vice President, Conservation Ventures

Steve Hobbs
California State Director

Lauren A. Fety
Forest Analyst

Olivia Fiori
Forest Technician

Benjamin Fryer
Conservation Project Manager

Chris Kelly
California Project Manager

Derek Ostensen
Southern California Project Manager

Scott Kelly
Timberlands Manager

Lynsey Kelly
GIS specialist

Ryan Klausch
Forester

Holly Newberger
North Coast Program Coordinator

Barbara W. Ortega
Bookkeeper

Blake Tallman
Forest Technician

Jordan Wills
Conservation Associate

Colorado

Whitney Flanagan
Chief Creative and Marketing Director

Kelly Ingebritson
Senior Representative and Western Field Associate, Government Relations

Christine Quinlan
Western Field Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Thomas T. Macy
Western Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Elizabeth Slokar
Office Manager

Justin Spring
Senior Project Manager, Conservation Aquisition

Delaware

Blaine Phillips
Senior Vice President and Mid-Atlantic Regional Director, Conservation Acquisition

Florida

Matthew Sexton
Senior Vice President and Southeast Regional Director, Conservation Acquisition

Lauren Day
Florida Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Todd McNew
Florida Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Georgia

Andrew Schock
Georgia State Director, Conservation Acquisition

Kelsi Eccles
Urban Conservation Project Manager 

Stacy Funderburke
Southeast Region Assistant, Regional Counsel, and Conservation Acquisition Associate

Shannon Lee
Urban Conservation Manager, Conservation Acquisition

Roberta Moore
Conservation Associate, Conservation Acquisition

Idaho

Mark Elsbree
Senior Vice President and Western Director, Conservation Acquisition

Dave Anderson
Mitigation Project Manager

Illinois

Emy Brawley
Assoicate Director, Conservation Services, Midwest

Louisiana

Ray S. Herndon
Director, Central Gulf and Lower Mississippi River Region, Conservation Acquisition

Sarah Howard
Central Gulf Region Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Kansas

Ginevera Moore
Midwest Field Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Jennifer Blattman
Midwest Conservation Associate, Conservation Acquistion

Maine

Thomas Duffus
Vice President and Northeast Representative

Brian Schneider
Forest Operations Manager

Maryland

Bill Crouch
Maryland State Director, Conservation Acquisition

Jennifer R. McNulty
Office Manager/Legal Assistant

Amelia Matthews
Transaction Specialist

Jodi R. O’Day
Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Assistant Secretary

Michigan

Peg Kohring
Midwest Regional Director, Conservation Acquisition

Michael T. Kelly
Director, Great Lakes Office, Conservation Acquisition

Lauri Lindquist
Midwest Office Project Assistant

Remy Long
Midwest Program Associate

Minnesota

Kim Berns-Melhus
Minnesota State Director

Clint Miller
Midwest Project Director, Conservation Acquisition

Emilee S. Nelson
Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Montana

Gates Watson
Montana and Northwest Director, Conservation Acquisition

Gary Sullivan
Senior Field Representative, Montana & Northern Great Plains

Nevada

Mike Ford
Nevada and Southwest Director, Conservation Acquisition

New Hampshire

Reggie Hall
Director, Conservation Loans

Sally Manikian
Vermont/New Hampshire Representative 

North Carolina

Justin Boner
North Carolina Director, Conservation Acquisition

Claire Cooney
Senior Director of Strategic Engagement

Bill Holman
North Carolina State Director

Paul F. Hurt
Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary

Carolyn McCoy
Senior Paralegal

David Proper
Urban Program Director, Conservation Acquisition

Natural Capital Investment Fund (NC Office)

Rick Larson
Senior Vice President and Director of Strategic Initiatives, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Anna Tefft
Senior Vice President and Director of Lending, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Ginny Bullins
Loan Operations Manager, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Abby Capote
Eastern NC Business Lender, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Quinn Coleman
Business Lender, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Erika McGilley
Senior Business Lender — Western North Carolina, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Kristy Sitton
Loan Closing Specialist, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Resourceful Communities Headquarters (NC)

Mikki Sager
Vice President and Director, Resourceful Communities

Kathleen Marks
North Carolina Director, Resourceful Communities

Monica McCann
Associate Director, Resourceful Communities

Tatia Ash
Capacity Builder, Resourceful Communities

Margaret Conrad
Capacity Builder, Resourceful Communities

Jaimie McGirt
Faith & Food Coordinator, Resourceful Communities

Olivia Percoco
Community Food Coordinator

Justine Post
Faith & Food Coordinator, Resourceful Communities

Donna F. Pratt
Program Associate, Resourceful Communities

Strategic Conservation Planning, National Headquarters (NC)

William L. Allen
Vice President, Director, Strategic Conservation Planning

Working Forest Fund, National Headquarters (NC)

Brian Dangler
Vice President, Director, Working Forest Fund

Ermine Cupid-Hastings
Finance Manager, Working Forest Fund

Kevin Harnish
Manager, Portfolio Analysis, Working Forest Fund

Bethany Olmstead
Director, Conservation, Working Forest Fund

Buck Vaughan
Director, Forestry, Working Forest Fund

Lindsay White
Land Protection Specialist, Working Forest Fund

Pennsylvania

Kyle Shenk
Pennsylvania State Director, Conservation Acquisition

Ann Simonelli
Media Relations Director

South Carolina

Jason Johnson
South Carolina State Director, Conservation Acquisition

Tennessee

Ralph Knoll
Tennessee Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Texas

Callie Hastings Easterly
Senior Director of Strategic Engagement

Vanessa Hague
Office Manager

Andy Jones

Texas State Director, Conservation Acquisition

Alyssa (Aly) Kirk
Conservation Acquisitions Data Specialist

Julie Shackelford
Texas Programs Director, Conservation Acquisition

Roberta Zwier
Director, Mitigation

Virginia

Heather Richards
Virginia State Director and Program Manager, Mitigation Solutions

Natasha Skelton
Virginia Field Representative, Mitigation Solutions

Washington

Kenny Fahey
Working Lands Principal

West Virginia

Joseph A. Hankins
Vice President, West Virginia State Director

Conservation Leadership Network, National Headquarters (WV)

Katherine Allen
Program Associate, Conservation Leadership Network

Margarita Carey
Program Associate, Conservation Leadership Network

Freshwater Institute National Headquarters (WV)

Brian Vinci
Director, Freshwater Institute

Laura J. Bailey

Project Engineer, Freshwater Institute

Abhinav Choudhury
Environmental Engineer, Freshwater Institute

Shanen A. Cogan
Facility Operations Assistant, Freshwater Institute

Curtis Crouse
Assistant Aquaculture Production Manager, Freshwater Institute

John W. Davidson III
Senior Research Scientist, Freshwater Institute

Christopher Good
Director of Aquatic Veterinary Research, Freshwater Institute

Christine Lepine
Research Associate, Freshwater Institute

Travis May
Aquaculture Production Manager, Freshwater Institute

Natalie Monacelli
Water & Environmental Chemistry Lab Manager, Freshwater Institute

Megan Murray
Environmental Laboratory Technician, Freshwater Institute

Michael Schwartz
Senior Environmental Associate, Freshwater Institute

Kata Sharrer
Engineering Technician, Freshwater Institute

Scott Tsukuda
Director of Operations, Freshwater Institute

Wendy Wilson
Project Accountant, Freshwater Institute

Natural Capital Investment Fund Headquarters (WV)

Marten Jenkins
President and CEO, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Nicholas Allen
Senior Staff Accountant, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Rosalind L. Black
Senior Vice President and Director of Finance, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Janette DeLapa
Senior Accountant, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Carolyn Koldos
Administrative Assistant, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Kevin O'Connor
Senior Business Lender - West Virginia, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Hannah Vargason
Associate Director of Strategic Initiatives, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Justin White
Business Lender - West Virginia, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Wisconsin

David Grusznski
Program Director, Greenseams Program

Angie Doucette
Project Coordinator, Greenseams Program

Lindsey Walker
Program Assistant, Greenseams Program

Wyoming

Dan Schlager
Wyoming State Director

 

Our Supporters

The Conservation Fund gratefully acknowledges the gifts made by the following corporations, foundations, individuals and organizations. With your support, we have saved over 8 million acres of America’s treasured lands and waterways since 1985.

$1 Million +

  • Anonymous
  • The Anschutz Foundation
  • Cedar Valley Properties LLC
  • James and Lauren Whitehurst Family Charitable Trust
  • The JPB Foundation
  • Knobloch Family Foundation
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Richard King Mellon Foundation
  • Robert W. Woodruff Foundation Inc.
  • Fred and Alice Stanback, Jr.
  • U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities
  • Volkswagen of America Inc.

$500,000 - $999,999

  • Anonymous
  • The Allerton Foundation
  • The Estate of Ruth Cole
  • Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation
  • Open Space Institute Inc.
  • Timothy D. Sweeney
  • U-Haul International

$100,000 - $499,999

  • Anonymous (3)
  • BlackRock Inc.
  • Brunckhorst Foundation
  • Mary Catherine Bunting
  • C&S Wholesale Grocers
  • Colcom Foundation
  • Dell Technologies
  • The Dow Chemical Co.
  • Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
  • The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation
  • Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
  • The Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund
  • Jamison Peschel
  • Pisces Foundation
  • The Estate of William Seydlitz
  • Robert L. Shaw
  • Spring Point Partners
  • Brad and Shelli Stanback
  • Surdna Foundation Inc.
  • The Tucker Foundation
  • Turner Foundation Inc.
  • The Wallace Genetic Foundation
  • Walton Family Foundation
  • The Wilbur and Hilda Glenn Family Foundation
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Inc.
“I support The Conservation Fund because my donations are used responsibly, there is dedication to preserving land, and there is a reasonable approach to conservation that considers all stakeholders.”

Selena Hiett, Donor since 2006 

$50,000 - $99,999

  • Anonymous (2)
  • Beaverdale Foundation
  • The Bunting Family Foundation
  • David P. and Sheila A. Condrey
  • Elmina B. Sewall Foundation
  • Fair Play Foundation
  • Farvue Foundation Inc
  • The Hugh Kaul Foundation
  • Justin Brooks Fisher Foundation
  • Frances Kennedy
  • Lux Foundation Inc.
  • Mainspring Conservation Trust
  • The McKnight Foundation
  • Project Reinvest
  • R. Howard Dobbs, Jr. Foundation
  • Searle Funds at the Chicago Community Trust
  • The Waterfall Foundation
  • David and Rachel Weidman
  • The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

$10,000 - $49,999

  • Anonymous (4)
  • The Allan B. and Frances M. Roby Charitable Trust
  • American Licorice Co.
  • Americana Foundation
  • David H. Anderson
  • Pamela Andrews
  • Appalachian Trail Conservancy
  • The Ayudar Foundation
  • Julie G. Barker
  • Aaron Barrett
  • Gregory A. and Laurie A. Beard
  • Riley and Susan Bechtel
  • Roger A. Bell
  • Eva Benda
  • BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina Foundation
  • James Bodner and Victoria Greenfield
  • The BPB & HBB Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenton R. Brown
  • Brown Family Foundation
  • Judith M. Buechner
  • The Cannon Foundation Inc.
  • Ceres Trust
  • Gordon Chaffee and Nancy Kedzierski
  • J. Storey Charbonnet
  • Charles Reed Cherington and Ashley S. Pettus
  • ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc.
  • The Cook Family Foundation
  • Crane Family Foundation
  • Dallas and Louise Anderson Foundation
  • Robert and Jennifer Dix
  • Phyllis L. Dixon
  • David T. Donnell
  • DTE Electric Co.
  • William C. Eisenhauer
  • Ellice & Rosa McDonald Foundation Inc.
  • Rebecca J. Ferrera
  • Timothy and Audrey Fisher
  • The French Foundation
  • George L. Ohrstrom, Jr. Foundation
  • Jason and Anne-Marie Grim
  • Hancock Natural Resource Group Inc.
  • Michael Jamesson
  • David Jenkins
  • Jones Lang LaSalle
  • JPSD Partners LLC
  • Mavis P. and Wendy W. Kelsey
  • Nicholas Lapham
  • Benjamin S. Levin
  • Linea Solutions Inc.
  • Gail M. Lipovsky
  • The Lumpkin Family Foundation
  • Judith Mancheski
  • Terry and Constance Marbach
  • Greg McCourt
  • Marian Brownlee S. McKee
  • Mighty Arrow Family Foundation
  • Thruston Morton III and Patricia Morton
  • Richard P. and Cheryl B. Moxley
  • MZ Wallace
  • The Nathan P. Jacobs Foundation
  • Network for Landscape Conservation
  • New Jersey Natural Gas
  • Noblelight Foundation
  • The North Face
  • Overhills Foundation
  • Daniel Palladino and Amy Sherman-Palladino
  • Barbara E. Parish and Gary Roberts
  • The Partnership Foundation
  • Patagonia Inc.
  • Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation
  • Bonnie Pence
  • Scott and Genie Randell
  • Jacqueline Ratner
  • The Estate of Thomas S. Rhyne, Jr.
  • David G. Ritchey
  • Robert J. Bauer Family Foundation
  • The Robertson Foundation
  • Mr. Olof Röstlund and Dr. Emily Röstlund
  • Sacharuna Foundation
  • The Sarah I. Schieffelin Residuary Trust
  • S.D. Trombetta Foundation
  • William R. and Barbara A. Snell
  • Strausman Family Fund Inc.
  • Suggs Family Foundation
  • Amelia C. Tate
  • Tauck
  • TIF Foundation Fund
  • Daniel and Sheryl Tishman
  • T.L.L. Temple Foundation
  • United Airlines
  • Valley Fund Charitable Foundation
  • Vintner's Daughter
  • The Estate of Debra Von Hofmann
  • Rick Wagner
  • William A. Welch
  • Winkler Family Foundation
  • Richard and Terri Wojahn
  • John P. and Paulette S. Young
  • Scott and Samantha Zinober
  • The Estate of John Zver
“I give to The Conservation Fund regularly because I feel that the Fund’s efforts to preserve fields and forests are critical to the environmental survival of our country and is essential to the recreational pleasures of its rapidly growing urban population.”

John DeVore, Donor since 2012

$5,000 - $9,999

  • Anonymous
  • American Conservation Association
  • Bob J. and Kim D. Anderson
  • Michael and Susan Arneson
  • Aspen Community Foundation - Anonymous Fund
  • Audubon Society of Forsyth County
  • Anne H. Averett
  • Quentin R. Bass
  • Bay Area Community Foundation
  • Richard Bennink and Virginia Murray
  • Dennis and Carol Berryman
  • John Besh
  • Robert F. Bonnie
  • Elizabeth S. Bowles
  • Mary Briddick
  • Matthew Brown and Sandra Lopez
  • Sam and Geanie Callahan
  • Thomas Caniano
  • Todd and Susan Carter
  • Stanley D. and Susan B. Casto
  • Gregory F. Chapados
  • Judith G. Chasin
  • Thomas and Alice Chong
  • Ray and Marian Christensen
  • William Chudd and Gretchen Hoffmann
  • Clayton Fund Inc.
  • The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
  • Consumers Energy Foundation
  • Cox Enterprises Inc.
  • Scott and Renae Croy
  • Danem Foundation
  • Gilbert E. and Ruth L. Dix
  • The Estate of Elmer J. Dreher
  • Dubose Family Foundation
  • Louisa C. Duemling
  • Earl M. & Margery C. Chapman Foundation
  • Michael Easterly and Anne Deeley
  • Marcy and Gene Elsbree
  • Joseph and Marie Field
  • Spencer Frasher
  • Jean McBride Greene
  • Paul Hagen and Christine Jahnke
  • Heart of the Rockies
  • M. Diane Holm
  • Wilson and Nancy Hughes
  • Irene Legacy Fund
  • Mrs. Marten R. Jenkins
  • David and Carolyn Johnston
  • Edward and Kathleen Kerbs
  • Micah Kornfield
  • Michael J. Kuta
  • Louden Family Foundation
  • The Milton and Beatrice Wind Foundation
  • Momentum Group
  • Barbara A. Mullin
  • Naylor Family Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Noonan
  • Charles J. Orella
  • The Orvis Company Inc.
  • John W. Owens
  • Gregory Pettinaro
  • Sally Pian and Ira Silverman
  • Ronald W. Plank
  • Richard and Emma Pompetti
  • Joshua Ratner and Hannah Koenker
  • Mark B. Reed
  • Sandy and James Ressler
  • John D. Richardson
  • Barbara J. and Joel S. Richmon
  • Stanley Ritland
  • Ruth Covo Family Foundation
  • SEAT Planners Incorporated
  • Jean S. Seidler Kahn
  • James and Janna Shennan
  • Sarah Sinha
  • E. LaVerne Smith and Rick Trois
  • Robert and Joanne Solem
  • Charles R. Stirrat
  • Thomas and Elizabeth Stults
  • SunTrust Bank
  • William and Shirley Suter
  • Don Swenholt and Kristina Harper
  • Laura Taff
  • Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership Inc.
  • Scott and Daisy Thorshov
  • Jason Tufo and Cindy Yang
  • Turner Foundation Inc.
  • Twin Lakes Public Access Road Fund
  • UNC Health Care System
  • Kyle and Cindy Van Cleve
  • Virginia Environmental Endowment
  • Waste Connections of Alaska
  • The Estate of Teresa Sue Weinert
  • William and Sue Wellford
  • Hill and Alice Wellford
  • Michael Whitehill
  • Taylor Williams
  • Jay and Louisa Winthrop
  • Ryan Wise and Leslie Brunner
  • Malgorzata E. Wojtowicz
  • World Surf League
  • Thomas F. Yohe
  • Chris and Lisa Young
“My wife and I are extremely passionate about doing everything we can to take care of the planet. The Conservation Fund rings true to many of our core values. The money stays in the U.S., the projects are all practical and relatable to average people and are very effective. We feel confident that our donation is being used to its fullest potential.”

Anthony and Michelle Munkholm, Donors since 2016

$1,000 - $4,999

  • Anonymous (13)
  • Richard O. Abbe
  • Adam T. Abraham
  • Daniel Abramzon
  • Peter Ackerman
  • Brooks and Rachel Adamo
  • James H. Adams
  • Admiral Real Estate Services Corp.
  • Jon A. Agar
  • Nicholas Agar-Johnson
  • Daniel E. and Kelli J. Ahern
  • Jessica F. Albert
  • Ray and Linda Alberts
  • Lindsay S. and Bradley E. Alger
  • William Algoso
  • William and Tiffany Allen
  • Justin Almeleh
  • Elis D. Zamora Alviarez
  • Matthew S. Amatruda
  • AmazonSmile Foundation
  • John K. and Sharon B. Amdall
  • Judith and Roger Anderson
  • Mary E. Anderson
  • David and Diana Andrews
  • Aranoff Keiki Fund
  • Anne Aula
  • Daniel Austin
  • Phillipa Avery
  • Robert and Margaret Ayres
  • Brett Babin and Vanessa Heckman
  • Marion Bailey
  • Mrs. Balestiere
  • Michael E. Balk
  • Kathleen P. Barrett
  • Allison and Daniel Baskes
  • James E. Bayer
  • James W. and Colleen B. Beach
  • Ashley Beall
  • James W. Bear
  • Martin and Jay Beard-Coles
  • Beauty 21 Cosmetics Inc.
  • David E. Becher
  • Randy J. Becker
  • Will Beckman
  • Heather Behrends
  • Taffy Benjamin
  • Paul F. and Henrietta B. Bente
  • David and Nicole Berger
  • Erica Berger
  • Joel M. Berlinsky
  • Dr. and Mrs. A. David Bernanke
  • Joseph M. Bestic
  • Catherine Bettcher and Praveen Dayalu
  • Ben Beyer
  • Raymond and Jean Bills
  • Don C. Black
  • Michael Bomar
  • Parsa Bonderson
  • Michael P. Boniface
  • Michael Bonner
  • Sylvia Boris
  • Jayson and Mandy Boyers
  • Elizabeth H. Brack
  • Audra Branstad
  • Lisa A. Brenskelle
  • Bristol Bay Native Corporation
  • Jonathan Brown
  • Kathryn Brown
  • Mark and Ann Brown
  • Matthew D. Brown
  • Douglas A. Brucker
  • Bruckner and Luzietti Family
  • Daniel Bullock and Laura Merrill
  • Josie B. Bumgarner
  • Burdette Family Foundation
  • Dennis and Susan Burke
  • Ralph Burnham
  • James L. and Nancy V. Burns
  • Rainer Burrow
  • Shail Busbey
  • Jay and Donna Bushnell
  • Robert O. and Ellen L. Bussey
  • J. Byrne and Pamela B. Murphy
  • James and Sandie Cain
  • Can Family Charitable Fund
  • Holly Cannon and John Guttmann
  • Jeffrey S. and Linda L. Carbiener
  • Eric Carlton
  • Stan, Gretchen and Erin Carrick
  • David K. Carrington
  • Kathleen C. Chambers
  • The Chaney Family Foundation
  • Elizabeth M. Cheatham
  • Eric and Suzanne Cheek
  • Brian and Sally Chess
  • Barbara E. Chestovich
  • Lori C. Clark
  • Ann Cleary
  • David R. and Susan G. Cleveland
  • Christina I. Collins
  • Linda Benedict Colvin
  • Mark D. Comfort
  • Lynne J. Cooper
  • Michael Corcoran
  • Kimberlee S. Cornett
  • Gina M. Cornick
  • Gregory and Mary Jo Cote
  • Glenn Courtney and Kimberly Olson
  • George M. Covington
  • Gary W. and Beverly O. Cox
  • James Cox
  • Carol G. Craig
  • Peter C. Crary
  • Karen Crennan and Allen Toman
  • John E. and Mary M. Crockenberg
  • Leslie and Ed Cronin
  • Crossroads Trading
  • Christian Crowley
  • Dr. and Mrs. Richard Culatta
  • Kanett Curtis
  • Evan B. Czopek
  • Peter Dahlberg
  • Nicholas A. Dahlin
  • Brian Dangler
  • Judy Danish and Miles Greenbaum
  • Nicholas Danoff
  • Gail Danto and Arthur Roffey
  • Michael J. Dart
  • Luis A. de la Garza
  • Mark Dean
  • Philip Dean and Linda Church
  • James Debolt
  • Brian R. Decker
  • Thomas H. DeGraff
  • Thomas Deitrich
  • Joel Deitz and Barbara Berko
  • Wendy Dembowski
  • Robert Dennis
  • Richard and Bonnie Denton
  • Sunita Deshmukh
  • John and Nancy DeVore
  • Joshua S. Dezube
  • Nirmala Dharmaraja
  • The Dickson Foundation Inc.
  • Kay M. Diederich
  • Nick and Martina Dilks
  • Sara A. DiVall
  • Brad Dobski
  • Carly M. Donahue
  • Dustin Doss
  • Janet and Jonathan Dowell
  • William Downie
  • James A. Doyle
  • Robert W. Duckles
  • Clay and Hayley Dukes
  • Jerry and Nancy Duncan
  • Ronald A. Duncan
  • Rufus H. Duncan, Jr.
  • William and Nancy Durkee
  • Callie Hastings Easterly
  • Walt Ebell and Dianna Gentry
  • Ecosystem Investment Partners LLC
  • David B. Edelson
  • Corry and Rochelle Edwards
  • Teon E. Edwards
  • David H. Eidson
  • Stephen and Marilyn Elbert
  • Glenn and Denice Elison
  • Micha Elsner
  • John D. and Kristina K. Epstein
  • Richard L. Erdmann and Dawn MacPhee
  • Ralph and Evelyne Eshelman
  • The Estate of Elinor Esslinger
  • Emkay Incorporated
  • Encap LLC
  • David W. Etherington
  • Douglas I. Evans
  • Evan Ewing
  • Christopher Eynatian
  • William B. Fagan
  • Fanwood Foundation Western Office
  • Farbolin Family Foundation
  • Steven B. Farmer
  • Sara Farquharson
  • William E. Felker
  • Carol Fendler
  • Andrew and Kathleen Ferreira
  • Daniel Fisher
  • Donald Fithian and Mary Whitlock Fithian
  • Thomas M. and Barbara C. Florack
  • James P. and Donna M. Foley
  • Joseph Foote
  • Mike and Robin Ford
  • Matthew L. Fox
  • Lucas Francl
  • Steve and Martha A. Franklin
  • Mark J. Freitag
  • Gene and Jennifer Fridland
  • Greg and Amanda Friedman
  • Friends of the Neches River National Wildlife Refuge
  • Amy Futa Horn
  • Patrick Gaffney
  • Joyce and Roy Gamse
  • Neha Gandhi
  • Marc A. Garufi
  • General Communication Inc.
  • General Motors LLC Bay City
  • Susan Gerngross
  • Anthony C. Gilbert and Laurel Wroten Gilbert
  • John and Lynn Gilbert
  • David Gilkey
  • Jim and Lucia Gilliland
  • Mark Gingrich
  • John C. Giuffrida, Jr.
  • Horace L. Glenn, Jr.
  • Rick and Alice Godfrey
  • Jessica L. Goldberg
  • Neil and Lisa Goldman
  • Matthew S. Goldstein
  • Sydney Gordon
  • Gorlitz Foundation
  • Steven J. Gorton
  • Manuel D. and Laura C. Goty
  • Richard Greenberg
  • Steve Greenland, In Memory Of
  • John J. Gregory
  • Mark E. Griffin
  • Lynn G. Hagman
  • Glenn D. Haight
  • Leif C. Halverson
  • Mrs. Frederic C. Hamilton
  • Jerry R. Hansen
  • John Hardman
  • Scott and Susan Hareland
  • Gary Hargrave
  • Jessie M. Harris
  • John A. and Lynne A. Harris
  • David Harrison and Joyce Millen
  • Mark A. Hart and Heather K. Hart
  • Sarah Hart
  • Peggy J. Harwood
  • Alan Haselhorst and Melissa Stanza
  • Warren Haskel
  • Sherry S. Hechler
  • Larry T. Hegland
  • David T. Heiser
  • Donald E. Henninger
  • David Hermeyer and Samuel Wantman
  • Veronica Herndon and Ron Frehm
  • Lynn Herrick and Rodney Sharp
  • Frederick C. Herzog and Marla J. Mercer
  • Jacob Y. Hesterman
  • Selena Hiett
  • Gordon Hilbun
  • William and Barbara Hildreth
  • Robert and Cynthia Hillas
  • Timothy H. Hillas
  • Richard and Viktoria Himsel
  • Tricia Hinkson
  • Alexander Hinz
  • Steve, Michelle and Madison Hobbs
  • Rebecca Hoblin
  • Mina M. Hohlen
  • William E. Holman
  • Pieter Hondius
  • Kevin and Catherine Hoover
  • Andrew Hopkins and Eliza Hirst
  • Kelly Horner
  • Wilson Hsieh and Mingqian Huang
  • Frederick and Jillian Hubbell
  • Brian C. Huberty
  • John G. Huddleston
  • Adam and Patricia Hunninghake
  • Janet L. Hunter
  • Michael Huxsol
  • Rhonda Hyder and Justin Moats
  • IBM
  • John and Marlene Ingebritson
  • Robert Julian Jackson
  • Sidney S. and Sandra J. Jacobson
  • LouAnn Jacobson and Robert Ball
  • Robert J. James
  • Lynn M. Jarke
  • Jamie S. Jarvis
  • Brian J. Jennings
  • Scott J. Jepsen
  • Georgia Jeppesen and Skylar Jeppesen Benedict
  • John Hirschi Donor Advised Fund - Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation
  • Charles Tucker Johnson
  • Catherine Johnson
  • Philip Johnson
  • Thad and Suzy Johnson
  • Mary and Matthew Kaczmarek
  • Joshua Kaestner
  • Eric and Cindy Kalman
  • Dale S. Kammerlohr
  • Gordon Kaplan
  • Collin Karafa
  • Sarah Karmazin
  • Maria Kazandjieva
  • Robert and Lisa Kazden
  • John L. Keane
  • Steven Keirn
  • Joseph and Elizabeth Kelleher
  • Christopher G. Kelly, Jr.
  • Richard and Mary Kelly
  • Tom and Ann Kelsey
  • Yael S. Kerem
  • Martin Kern
  • Rich and Denise Kerns
  • Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Key
  • Keyes-Salut Family Fund
  • Ronald and Petta Khouw
  • James C. Kidd, Jr.
  • Jerry Kilpatrick and Patricia Orlosky
  • Jeff and Judy Kirwan
  • Kris and Jill Klein
  • Thomas Klitgaard
  • William Knapp
  • Ralph Knoll and Kim Barber
  • Tony and Susan Knowles
  • Margaret A. Kohring
  • Stephen Kotkin
  • Janet R. Koupal
  • Judy L. Krase
  • Matthew and Christina Krashan
  • Margaret Kratz
  • Stan and Susan Krcmar
  • David M. Krinsky
  • Thomas N. Kyle, Sr.
  • Eseng Lai
  • Victoria Lai
  • Thomas Lampron
  • Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Lang
  • Norwood and Erna Langdon
  • Robert D. and Esther M. Langley
  • Sandy and Ann Langner
  • Gordon G. Latta
  • Alexander M. and Judith W. Laughlin
  • Gordon Lawrence
  • Karen Lawrence
  • Kirk C. and Kathleen E. Leadbetter
  • Candace J. LeBlanc
  • James D. and Lindsey E. Lee
  • Douglas Leith
  • William and Christine Lennon
  • Michael and Michelle Leonard
  • Quinn Leventhal
  • Matthew Levie and Kimberly Scearce-Levie
  • Marjorie A. Lewis
  • Herbert Ley
  • Michael Lidell and Jill Merrill
  • Melissa Linebaugh
  • Kenneth E. Lipson
  • Robert Litzke
  • Peter B. Locke
  • Christine and Dan Long
  • James Lovell
  • Jim Lovell and Adelle Treakle
  • John and Mary Lowber
  • Sharon Lundahl
  • Charles and Carly Lusky
  • Stuart Lustig
  • Patricia A. Lutz
  • Lyme Forest Fund, L.P.
  • Lyondell Chemical Co.
  • Daniel Lyons
  • MaCher
  • David H. MacDonald and Karen M. Slepicka
  • James and Karen MacFarland
  • Susan Mackenzie
  • Vishal Maheshwari
  • Helen B. Malone
  • Michelle A. Manzo
  • Constance A. Marks
  • Leslie K. Marsden
  • Carol L. Marshall
  • Samuel Marquis, Jr.
  • Lisa Martin
  • Mary K. Martin
  • Pedro and Carol Martinez
  • Mary E. Martinson
  • Joe Marushack
  • The Marxe Family Foundation
  • Stephanie Mason
  • Arthur J. Matas
  • Royceann Mather
  • Alexander May
  • James J. McAnelly
  • Mark D. McBride
  • Brian F. McCarthy
  • Charles N. and Carol L. McCullough
  • Ronan McCullough
  • Catherine McGee
  • Katherine A. McKittrick
  • Claudia B. McNamara
  • Dennis and Barbara McNeely
  • Ruth C. Mead
  • Bradley and Jennifer Meeker
  • Daniel Merced
  • M. Sheila Merritt & Robert D. Mass Family Fund
  • Audrey Mertes
  • Erik and Claire Meyers
  • David Michelson
  • Krista Miller
  • Ron Miller
  • Pamela and David Missimer
  • Verne G. Monette
  • Tigger Montague
  • Ginny K. Moore
  • William and Mary Moore
  • Georgina A. Moreno
  • Andrea and Matthew Morrison
  • Elizabeth D. Morrison
  • Michael and Mary Morrow
  • Bruno J. Moschetta
  • MTE Fund
  • James H. and Shauna S. Muhl
  • Anthony and Michelle Munkholm
  • Deron and Xenia Murphy
  • Robin and Mary Claire Murphy
  • Philip and Linda Myers
  • Julia Nagel
  • David H. Nance
  • Kalpana Nathan
  • Jim and Mary Neal
  • Mark and Kim Neath
  • Randy and Carol Nees
  • Deena J. Nelson
  • Mark C. Nelson
  • Lauren Newton
  • Chieu V. Nguyen
  • Krista Nicholson
  • Aileen Nicoletti
  • Britton and Elizabeth Nielsen
  • Michael C. Nienhaus
  • Sunil Noroha and Chitra Dorai
  • Theodore and Karen Northup
  • Constance Nutt
  • Ocean Ledges Fund of the Maine Community Foundation
  • Daniel O'Connell and Teresa Clifford
  • Greg F. Ohanesian and Judy L. McLaughlin
  • Liam O'Kane
  • Karen S. Oles
  • Adam and Sara Olien
  • Kristina and Cory Oltrogge
  • Daniel and Judy Omachi
  • Todd Oman
  • Orbus LLC
  • Peter Ordentlich
  • Oregon Community Foundation
  • Kevyn D. Orr
  • Lisa Ott
  • Benjamin Paar
  • Jacqueline Page
  • Peter S. Paine, Jr.
  • Joaquim and Joan Panozzo
  • Noreen J. Parrett
  • Henry Pratt Parrish
  • Jyoti Patel
  • Carol A. Paterson
  • Marguerite Paul
  • Lisa J. Peerson
  • William T. Pendergrass
  • Usha Perdoor
  • Bret and Rebecca Perisho
  • Christian Peterson
  • Louise Pfister
  • Eve G. Phelps
  • Philadelphia Eagles
  • The Philip Devon Family Foundation Inc.
  • Robert Pickard
  • DeVesco R. Pierre
  • Hunter and Leslie Pierson
  • Robert S. Pitt and Lora J. LaDew
  • Andrey Polonsky
  • The Estate of Thomas J. Porch
  • George and Barbara Porter
  • Prairie Foundation
  • The Prentice Foundation Inc.
  • Martin and Elizabeth Presler-Marshall
  • Robert and Ellie Primeau
  • Keri Pyke
  • Brian and Carol Quinn
  • Mitchell and Kathy Racoosin
  • Rain Proof Roofing
  • Chase Raines
  • Sarah D. Randazzo
  • Ed Rasmuson
  • Daniel Ratner
  • Gordon R. Ray
  • Lisa Regul and Rand Hawkins
  • Ronald D. and Gail E. Reichert
  • Jay H. Reiziss
  • Renewing the Countryside II
  • Christian M. Reynolds
  • Flavio Protasio Ribeiro
  • Bruce and Barbara Ribner
  • Gage Morgan Richert
  • Ariel L. Rideout
  • Eleanor Ridley
  • Bill Riffle and Ruann Ernst
  • Julie and Richard Rimer
  • Don and Laura Ripple
  • Robert and Bobbie Ritchie
  • Richard and Juanita Ritland
  • Riverview Plantation Inc.
  • Steven and Kay Robbins
  • Jeffrey Robins and Mai Yee
  • The Robert W. Wilson Foundation
  • Clifford Roberts
  • Janet Robertson
  • Luke Rodgers
  • Pamela A. Roeming
  • William P. and Lynne M. Rogers
  • Daniel Romano
  • Michael and Melissa Rooney
  • Rachel S. Rosen
  • Meredith B. Rosenthal
  • Pat Rothfuss
  • Robert Rothhouse
  • Rouse Family Foundation
  • Siddhartha Roy
  • Edward and Sharon Rubin
  • Rebecca Rudolph
  • Lisa and Roger Ruhnow
  • Carole Rush and Richard Andler
  • The Russell and Frieda De Yong Foundation
  • Paul Rutz
  • Jennifer Rynne
  • Michael and Avery Sadoff
  • James Safranek and Julie Leader
  • Mikki Sager
  • Nicolai and Ezmeralda Sager
  • Dennis Samuel
  • Sherry L. Samuels and Aviva S. Starr
  • David Sapiro
  • Mohammed Sattar
  • Eric Saylor
  • Jon Schairbaum and Amy Askins
  • David Schiffrin
  • Reuel Schiller and Jane Williams
  • Richard L. Schmidt
  • Kyle Schmiel
  • Christopher Schroeder
  • Anthony and Kathleen Schulien
  • Pam Schulz
  • Porter and Laurisa Schutt
  • Daniel and Rebecca Schwarz
  • Adam J. Schwegman
  • Stuart and Anne Scott
  • Larry and Rossi Selzer
  • Samuel and Alice Severance
  • Christine E. Severns-Williams
  • Julie and Cliff Shackelford
  • Karen E. Shaver
  • Brendan P. Sheehan
  • Gilbert and Judy Shelton
  • Brian and Crystal Sheridan
  • Mark M. Shimizu
  • Paul Shryock
  • Rebecca M. Shuford
  • Howard Siegel
  • George H. Siehl
  • Jennifer L. Singh
  • James S. Sligar and Diana M. Sattelberger
  • Charles Smith
  • Stan Snyder
  • Alison and James Soldano
  • Olivia A. Solomon
  • Gene and Peggy Somoza
  • Scott T. Southwell
  • Daniel Spaeth
  • Spitzer/Bans Charitable Trust
  • Springwood Property Co.
  • Troy and Lisa St. Onge
  • Gabriel and Lindsey Stanek
  • William Stanhagen
  • Stanhagen Consulting LLC
  • Rebecca Stecker
  • Peter Stein and Lisa Cashdan
  • Debra D. Stenner
  • Sara Stern
  • Patrick Stewart
  • John Stiegelmeier
  • Theodore J. Stow
  • Connie Strobbe and Carter De Werd
  • Stephen C. Stubbs
  • Marie J. Sullivan
  • Sumner Gerard Foundation
  • Siddharth Suri
  • Sustainable Forestry Initiative
  • Carol Swarts
  • Amy and Jeff Swartz
  • Jack C. Sweeny
  • Mrs. Thomas E. Taplin
  • Sarah Tarkoff
  • Richard Tasker
  • Ellen Temple
  • Sue M. Terranova
  • David R. Thiemann
  • Jill Long Thompson and Don Thompson
  • Ken and Pat Thompson
  • William Thompson
  • Threadless
  • Eric and Georgia Thu
  • Grady A. Tibboel
  • Stephen and Linda Tillinghast
  • Robin Toblin
  • Skipper Tonsmeire
  • Loren Toolajian
  • David and Emily Touchstone
  • Michael L. Trancynger
  • Brenda J. Tripathi
  • Jay and Sharon Trotta
  • Megan and Ben Tsai
  • Rebecca Tucker
  • Tara N. Tuominen
  • John and Mary Kay Turner
  • Eric C. Turner
  • Unabridged Software
  • Daniel and Bridget Unger
  • William and Saima Upham
  • Jeffrey and Janet Valentine
"We wanted to donate to a charity that does not have a lot of overhead, so our funds go to the heart of the matter at hand. Being clear with transparency benchmarks means that our donations go to continuation of protection of our world's most valuable resource, the Earth itself."

Robert and Leah Jackson, donors since 2018
  • Amanda van Adrichem
  • Daniel D. Van Denburgh
  • Jan R. van Doorn
  • Haley Van Erem
  • Laura Alida Van Every
  • David Vann
  • Christopher Vant Hof
  • Thomas and Kristie Vaughan
  • Scott V. Vifquain
  • Christopher Viscomi
  • Mark R. Voigt
  • David and Ellen Wagner
  • Wagner Forest Management, Ltd.
  • Christopher and Jaclyn Wahlers
  • Scott A. Wallace
  • David Waller
  • Gerald and Veronika Walton
  • June Wang
  • Paul M. Warner
  • Diane and Mark Warren
  • Ann Wasoff
  • Jon and Button Watkins
  • Susan and Michael Watson
  • Dennis Webb
  • Reynold and Joyce Weidenaar
  • Georgia E. Welles
  • Dewey W. Wells
  • John T. Wells
  • Mark Welsh
  • Kenneth Weston
  • Rick Weyerhaeuser and Anne C. Brewster
  • Don and Tina Whitfield
  • Joseph M. Wicks
  • James and Raylene Wilborn
  • Sonja Wilder
  • Daniel L. Wilensky
  • Brent Wille
  • William Howard Flowers, Jr. Foundation Inc.
  • Wendy S. Williams
  • Linda Willis
  • Julia and Matt Wills
  • John and Ashley Wilson
  • Marillyn B. Wilson
  • John and Libby Winthrop
  • Albert and Michele Woodroof
  • Samuel Woodworth
  • William J. and Denise L. Wozencraft
  • Dawn W. Yamada
  • Philip W. and Terry T. Young
  • The Zaban Foundation
  • John and Catherine Zammito
  • Zimmerman Family Foundation
  • Braxton Zink
  • Nora Zizlsperger
  • Imran and Jacqueline Zoberi
  • Roberta Zwier