Investing In Our Shared Future

From Our Chairman and CEO

R. Michael Leonard, ChairmanR. Michael LeonardLawrence A. Selzer, PresidentLawrence A. SelzerWe’re often asked: “What is it that makes The Conservation Fund different?” Our answer: We believe we are in the business of conservation and therefore are relentlessly focused on achieving our mission of land and water conservation in a very businesslike way. That means we are disciplined in how we allocate and leverage our financial resources so that we deliver outsized conservation results for every dollar invested. We have the lowest overhead and highest program allocation of any environmental group in the country, putting over 95 percent of our resources directly into achieving conservation results.

Our focus on both environmental and economic outcomes is unique and powerful. For the environmental movement to continue its leadership role in society well into the 21st century, we need to figure out how to balance pristine wilderness with sustainably managed working lands like forests, farms and ranches. That’s what we do every day at The Conservation Fund.

As we reflect on the past year, we are grateful to have loyal individuals, companies, government agencies and foundations who understand how we use capital and expertise to achieve their vision. We have chosen not to have a costly membership or an endowment that can be caught in downdrafts in the economy. Instead, we have our own Revolving Fund—that you’ll learn more about in this report for 2018—that stretches and recycles every dollar for optimal conservation impact. By revolving our capital time and time again, we keep your contributions working.

As an organization we are relatively small, but our impact is substantial and enduring. We act nimbly and, very importantly, work with partners in both the public and private sectors. With their trust and shared sense of urgency, we benefit from thinking strategically together to produce better and larger outcomes.

Thank you for joining with us on this critically important journey. We could not achieve our ambitious goals without your support and partnership and our shared belief in making conservation work for America.

  • R. Michael Leonard, Chairman
    R. Michael Leonard, Chairman
  • Lawrence A. Selzer, President
    Lawrence A. Selzer, President

Our Revolving Fund

Established in 1986, the Revolving Fund provides ready capital for acquisition of lands and waters of high conservation value. Funds are continually in use for conservation: upon repayment, we “revolve” the moneyback into the Revolving Fund and successive projects. Every dollar in the Revolving Fund is used to acquire property—no overhead, no administrative expenses. Since its establishment, over 90% of the Revolving Fund has been invested at all times in communities throughout America.

Revolving Fund

Mission Statement: The Conservation Fund, working with public, private and nonprofit partners, protects America’s legacy of land and water resources through land acquisition, sustainable community and economic development, and leadership training, emphasizing the integration of economic and environmental goals.

In 2018...

Our commitment to environmental protection and economic vitality is exemplified in these highlights from 2018:
Working Forest Fund
Our Working Forest Fund®  acquired more than 80,000 acres of high conservation value forestland and conveyed 36,500 acres to long-term stewards of the land under conservation easements in 2018 — retaining over 4,000 jobs to date.
Conservation Leadership Network
166,766 acres of protected land and water with a fair market value of $253,466,978 conveyed to new federal, state and private ownership.
The Natural Capital Investment Fund provided more than $12,340,000 in 66 loans and over 4,000 hours of technical assistance to 510 small businesses and farm enterprises.
We are the nation’s top-rated land conservation organization; the Fund has the distinction of meeting the Better Business Bureau’s 20 standards of excellence, has earned the accreditation seal of the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, is rated A+ by Charity Watch and is recognized as Guidestar Platinum.
Over $48,000,000 in private contributions from individuals, foundations and corporations.
5,275 donors supported 129 projects across the U.S., and 485 donors made regular monthly donations to us. Gifts of all sizes make a huge impact.


Click on the photos below to explore our work in 2018.
For the environmental movement to continue its leadership role in society well into the 21st century, we need to figure out how to balance pristine wilderness with sustainably managed working lands like forests, farms and ranches. That’s what we do every day at The Conservation Fund."
Lawrence A. Selzer, President

Connecting Passion and Philanthropy

Whether you feel a deep connection to the mountains or shorelines near your hometown, find solace in hiking on your favorite trail, or are passionate about protecting a neighborhood park down the street, we all have personal reasons that ignite a love for nature. But as we know, the increasing demand for protecting lands with high conservation value comes at a price. That’s why the continued support from our donors is so critical to our work.

Gretchen Hoffmann and Bill Chudd live with their two boys in Connecticut and have been loyal donors to The Conservation Fund for over a decade. They understand the importance of making lasting investments in the lands they love. Gretchen grew up in upstate New York, wading through streams and collecting bugs in her backyard. Her family always made sure nature was close by and was a valued part of their lives. Gretchen and Bill work hard to do the same for their own family. “We realize how lucky we are to have access to nature, and we support
the Fund’s determination to improve access to the outdoors for everyone. We hope our boys will grow up loving and protecting our environment as well.”

Hoffmann Chudd Westport

It was important for Gretchen and Bill to find an organization that matched their passion for conservation with accountability and financial responsibility. “We initially found The Conservation Fund through Charity Navigator,” said Bill. “And their consistently good rating helped give us confidence in our choice to support them. All of their projects and initiatives are built on the premise that conservation is good for both the environment and economy, which we think sets them apart from so many other organizations.”

No matter what inspires you to give, our donors are helping ensure our forests, historic sites, parks and other special places across the country are here now and for future generations to enjoy. Conservation takes teamwork. And we couldn’t do this without you.
The Conservation Fund
has protected over
8 million acres

From Our CFO

John Gilbert
It is not unusual for nonprofit organizations to have a substantial part of their assets invested in stocks and bonds, but The Conservation Fund is not your usual nonprofit. Our founder had a clear vision that virtually all our assets should be working to achieve our mission, and we’ve done that by building the hardest working balance sheet in the conservation sector. Our interim holdings of more than $500 million in conservation land projects are constantly revolving into new transactions that uphold our dual mission impact of conservation and economic vitality. Moreover, these projects typically cover most of our cost base and support new investments. Since we began, we have conserved over 8 million acres of land through $4.8 billion in solid conservation and economic projects.

Our financial results in 2018 were another strong reaffirmation of our financial model. Revenues exceeded $200 million for the fifth year in a row, and we were able to generate a strong surplus of $17.2 million because of an increase in higher margin program activity. This enables us to continue to invest in new land acquisitions as well as our organizational capacity, and we are in a tremendous position to meet the opportunities ahead. Part of being well positioned means that our financial statements, policies and processes are of a quality consistent with our ambitions, and we have made further strides toward that goal as well.

In 2018, we completed the second and final step in revising our accounting policies to improve the transparency and accounting conservatism of our financial statements. We recognized an $18.7 million charge to revalue our land holdings down to our purchase price instead of appraised value, and we reformatted our statements to more clearly show the revenue and expenses directly associated with our real estate activity. Together with the steps we took in 2017, we believe our policies are now more conservative, and our financials will show a clearer and more accurate picture of our activity.

As part of making these changes and scrutinizing all our projects, we also have adjusted certain accounts in 2017 for accuracy and consistency in accounting policy. This resulted in a prior-period adjustment of our net assets down 2.8 percent or $16.4 million, which is in addition to the accounting-related charge we took in 2017 to revalue our conservation easements. As a result, we encourage you to review our audited financial reports for 2018 and our restated audited financials for 2017 for more details.* While these accounting changes and adjustments have made year-to-year comparisons of our financial results difficult, we believe all of these changes are vital for the Fund to be able to tell its story to new and existing supporters who want to see our vision for smart conservation fully realized.

Thank you for your continued support.

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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, 2018.
Real estate activities 2018 Total
Contributions and grants 52,128
Land contributed for conservation 13,713
Contract income 6,875
Investment and other program income 34,355
Sales of conservation land to others 67,908
Total real estate activities 174,979
Non-real estate activities 2018 Total
Contributions and grants 20,136
Contract income 8,709
Investment and other program income 10,205
Total non-real estate activities 39,050
Total support and revenue $214,029

Expenses 2018 Total
Real estate program expense 170,086
Non-real estate program expense 19,809
Management and general 4,171
Fundraising 2,746
Total Expenses $196,812

Change in Net Assets $17,217
Net Assets, Beginning of Year $476,017
Net Assets, End of Year $493,234

Sources of Funds - 2018

(In Thousands)
Land sales 67,908
Foundation Contributions 33,826
Carbon/Timber/Contract 28,147
Corporate contributions and mitigation 25,932
Other contributions and income 13,999
Land gifts 13,713
Individual Contributions 13,019
State grants 8,937
Federal grants 8,548

Uses of Funds - 2018

(In Thousands)
Real estate program expense 170,086
Non-real estate program expense 19,809
Management and general 4,171
Fundraising 2,746

The Richard King Mellon Foundation's Conservation Legacy

The Conservation Fund’s unwavering dedication to creating conservation solutions that also advance the economic well-being of local communities has proved over and over to resonate with those who support us. The scale of sustained generosity from one visionary donor—the Richard King Mellon Foundation (RKMF)—has made extraordinary strides toward protecting our nation’s working forests.

Spanning more than three decades, our partnership with RKMF will be a chapter in the history of conservation for its significance to the American landscape and people. The Pittsburgh- based Foundation, established in 1947 by passionate conservationists Richard King Mellon and Constance Prosser Mellon, has directly supported the protection of over 3.4 million acres of the more than 8 million acres The Conservation Fund has protected across the country. Nowhere has this support been more evident than in the Foundation’s dedication to protecting America’s last large, intact working forests and the communities that rely upon them.

Working forests, which are privately owned forests producing timber products and jobs, are the backbone of many rural economies. They are critical to the clean water we drink and air we breathe, are vital to our national efforts to address climate change and provide a place for people in many rural communities to fish, hunt and enjoy the outdoors.

The Foundation recognizes, as the Fund does, that the loss of these working forests is the most urgent conservation challenge facing our country today. In 1998, the Foundation helped us pioneer our concept for protecting these forests and over the past decade has served as the catalyst for taking this proven model, known today as the Working Forest Fund, to scale. By recycling a dedicated pool of capital, the Working Forest Fund allows us to quickly buy forests when they come on the market. Then we manage, permanently conserve and eventually resell them as working forests to owners who must adhere to the protective covenants.

Through $60 million in grants and more than $97 million in program- related investment loans, the Foundation has helped us protect 20 large forests covering more than 450,000 acres across the nation— from the Pennsylvania Wilds, home to reintroduced elk, to the carbon-rich redwood forests of California. It has also demonstrated how the combination of grants and low-cost debt can generate tremendous leverage in public and charitable dollars for conservation. To date, we have repaid $29 million worth of program-related investments to the Foundation, which has often chosen to reissue these loans into the next working forest project. As grant and loan funds recycle out of a protected forest and into the next one in need of protection, these funds have a powerful multiplier effect.

As we set our sights on protecting the next million acres of high-priority working forests, we pay homage to the Richard King Mellon Foundation for helping us launch and demonstrate how successful the Working Forest Fund model can be. We look forward to continuing our partnership with the Foundation and hope to inspire many other partners to address this urgent challenge and protect the vital role of forests in providing clean air and water and places to recreate, addressing climate change, and helping create economic benefits for rural communities.


Board of Directors


Chairman of the Board

R. Michael Leonard
North Carolina

Co-Vice Chairman

Jay F. Wagley

Co-Vice Chairman

Jay Winthrop

President and CEO

Lawrence A. Selzer
Kay Kelley Arnold
Julie G. Barker
Julie G. Barker
Gregory A. Barker
Gregory A. Beard
New York
Robert Bonnie
Robert Bonnie
Indy Burke
Indy Burke
Todd Carter
Todd J. Carter
J. Storey Charbonnet
J. Storey Charbonnet
Charles R. Cherington
Kimberlee R. Cornett
Kimberlee R. Cornett
Luis de la Garza
Stephen A. Elbert
Paul E. Hagen
District of Columbia
G. Wilson Hughes
Thruston B. Morton III
North Carolina
Kevyn D. Orr
Kevyn D. Orr
District of Columbia
Charles Porter Schutt III
Jill Long Thompson
Jill L. Long Thompson
Daniel R. Tishman
Daniel R. Tishman
New York
James M. Whitehurst
North Carolina

Chairman Emeritus

Patrick F. Noonan

Director Emeritus

Gilbert M. Grosvenor

Director Emeritus

Kiku H. Hanes

Director Emeritus

In Memory of
Charles R. Jordan


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


Chairman of the Board

R. Michael Leonard

Co-Vice Chairman

Jay F. Wagley

Co-Vice Chairman

John Winthrop

President and CEO

Lawrence A. Selzer
Holly Cannon
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Richard L. Erdmann
Executive Vice President
John S. Gilbert
John S. Gilbert
Executive Vice President, CFO, Treasurer
Mark W. Elsbree
Senior Vice President, Conservation Acquisition, Western Region
Robin Murphy
Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Blaine T. Phillips Jr.
Senior Vice President, Conservation Acquisition, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast Regions
Matthew S. Sexton
Senior Vice President, Conservation Acquisition, Southeastern Region
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
Thomas R. Duffus
Vice President, Midwest Region and Northeast Rep., Conservation Acquisition
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Monica Garrison
Monica Garrison Vice President, Finance and Treasurer
Joseph A. Hankins
Vice President and Director of the Freshwater Institute
Jena C. Meredith
Jena C. Meredith
Vice President, Business Partnerships
Erik J. Meyers
Vice President
Jodi R. O'Day
Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Assistant Secretary
Kelly M. Reed
Kelly M. Reed
Senior Vice President, Government Relations
Mikki J. Sager
Vice President and Director of Resourceful Communities
Gates Watson
Gates M. Watson
Vice President, Montana and Northwest Director, Conservation Acquisition
Margaret A. McCants
Elizabeth Engle
Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary
Paul F. Hurt
Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary
Scott M. Tison
Assistant Secretary


National Office

(Arlington, VA)

Wendy Adams
Senior Government Relations Representative

Nina Balter
Prospect Researcher

Kendra Briechle
Senior Training Associate, Conservation Leadership Network

Alexandra Brinton

Holly Cannon
Executive Vice President and General Counsel

Mark Cason
Senior Government Relations Representative

Carmon Choice
Senior Accountant

Lily G. Engle
Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary

Richard L. Erdmann
Executive Vice President

Joyce Ferrell
Director, Human Resources and Administration

Andrea Ferri
Real Estate Business Manager / Operations Manager, Conservation Loans

Monica Garrison
Vice President of Finance and Treasurer

John S. Gilbert
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Alyssa Halper
Senior Accountant

Minh Ho
Systems Administrator

Zhivko Illeieff
Online Content Manager & Creator

Rachael Joiner
Major Gifts Manager

Valerie Keefer
Media Relations Associate

Hazel Mayers

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

Ainsley M. Pittman
Development Manager

Kelly M. Reed
Vice President of Government Relations

Bobbi Reierson
Development Associate

Wendy Sams
Senior Advisor

Lawrence A. Selzer
President and CEO

Mary Sorenson
Database and Records Assistant

Stacia Stanek
Senior Representative, Government Relations

Chris Stevens
Desktop Systems Administrator

Wendy Taylor
Director of Strategic Giving

Scott M. Tison
Real Estate and Legal Manager

Stacia Turner
Urban Conservation Program Associate

Megan Van Wagoner
Human Resources Associate

Eric Wuestewald
Marketing and Communications Specialist

Leigh Whelpton
Program Director, Conservation Finance Network

Lesley White-Kayser
Development Systems Manager

David Williams
Chief Information Officer

Kimberly Winter
Operations & Administration Assistant

Allegra Wrocklage
Program Coordinator, Conservation Finance Network

Pousga Yerbanga
Staff Accountant

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


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


Chris Kelly
California State Director, Conservation Acquisition

Evan H. Smith
Senior Vice President, Conservation Ventures

Jena Thompson Meredith
Vice President, Business Partnerships

Steve Hobbs
California Senior Project Director

Lauren A. Fety
Forest Analyst

Olivia Fiori
Forest Technician

Scott Kelly
Timberlands Manager

Lynsey Kelly
GIS specialist

Holly Newberger
North Coast Program Coordinator

Barbara W. Ortega

Derek Ostensen
Conservation Acquisition Assistant


Stephanie Brady
Director, Business Partnerships

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


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


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

Lauren Day
Florida Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Todd McNew
Florida Representative, Conservation Acquisition

George Wilson


Andrew Schock
Georgia State Director, Conservation Acquisition

Kelsi Eccles
Urban Conservation Coordinator, Conservation Aquisition

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

Shannon Lee
Urban Conservation Manager, Conservation Acquisition

Roberta Moore
Conservation Associate, Conservation Acquisition


Mark Elsbree
Senior Vice President and Western Director, Conservation Acquisition

Dave Anderson
Mitigation Solutions Account Manager


Emy Brawley
Assoicate Director, Conservation Services, Midwest


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

Sarah Howard
Central Gulf Region Representative, Conservation Acquisition


Ginevera Moore
Midwest Field Representative, Conservation Acquisition

Jennifer Blattman
Midwest Conservation Associate, Conservation Acquistion


Thomas Duffus
Vice President and Northeast Representative


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

Strategic Conservation Planning (MD office)

Ted Weber
Science Manager, Strategic Conservation


Peg Kohring
Midwest Regional Director, Conservation Acquisition

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

Danielle D. Casavant
Senior Major Gifts Officer

Lauri Lindquist
Midwest Office Project Assistant

Remy Long
Midwest Program Associate


Kim Berns-Melhus
Minnesota State Director

Clint Miller
Midwest Project Director, Conservation Acquisition

Emilee S. Nelson
Representative, Conservation Acquisition


Gates Watson
Montana and Northwest Director, Conservation Acquisition

Gary Sullivan
Senior Field Representative, Montana & Northern Great Plains


Mike Ford
Nevada and Southwest Director, Conservation Acquisition

Barry Stubbs
Conservation Acquisition Associate

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 Major Gifts and Communications Director

Bill Holman
North Carolina State Director

Paul F. Hurt
Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary

Carolyn McCoy
Senior Paralegal

Robin McKinney
Graphic Designer

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

Quinn Coleman
Credit Analyst, Natural Capital Investment Fund

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

Kristy Sitton
Load 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

Jasmine A. Stammes
HEAL Coordinator, Resourceful Communities

Strategic Conservation Planning, National Headquarters (NC)

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

Jazmin Varela
Information Manager, Strategic Conservation Planning

Working Forest Fund, National Headquarters (NC)

Brian Dangler
Vice President, Director, Working Forest Fund

Trevor Cutsinger
Business Manager, Working Forest Fund

Kevin Harnish
Forestry Analyst, Working Forest Fund

Bethany Olmstead
Midwest Conservation Manager, Conservation Acquisition and Working Forest Fund

Buck Vaughan
Manager, Forest Financial Planning and Analysis, Working Forest Fund

David Whitehouse
Forest Operations Manager, Working Forest Fund


Kayla M. Walker
Major Gifts Officer


Kyle Shenk
Pennsylvania State Director, Conservation Acquisition

Ann Simonelli
Media Relations Director

Megan Zack
Conservation Acquistion Associate

South Carolina

Jason Johnson
South Carolina State Director, Conservation Acquisition


Ralph Knoll
Tennessee Representative, Conservation Acquisition


Callie Hastings Easterly
Senior Major Gifts Officer

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


Heather Richards
Virginia State Director and Program Manager, Mitigation Services


Kenny Fahey
Working Lands Principle

Caitlin Guthrie
Associate Director, Conservation Loans

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

Joseph A. Hankins
Vice President, Vice President, West Virginia State Director

Shanen A. Cogan

Facility Operations Assistant, Freshwater Institute

Curtis Crouse
Assistant Aquaculture Production Manager, Freshwater Institute

Laura J. Bailey
Project Engineer, Freshwater Institute

John W. Davidson III
Senior Research Scientist, Freshwater Institute

Christopher Good
Director of Aquatic Veterinary Research, Freshwater Institute

Carolyn Koldos
Administrative Assistant, Freshwater Institute

Christine Lepine
Research Associate, Freshwater Institute

Travis May
Aquaculture Production Manager, Freshwater Institute

Natalie Monacelli
Environmental Lab Technician, Freshwater Institute

Megan Murray
Environmental Lab 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

Chance Younker
Aquaculture Technician, Freshwater Institute

Natural Capital Investment Fund Headquarters (WV)

Marten Jenkins
President and CEO, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Rosalind L. Black
Senior Accountant, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Janette DeLapa
Senior Accountant, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Todd Crump
Business Coach, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Robert Keel
Loan Fund Administrator, Natural Capital Investment Fund

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

Hannah Vargason
Energy Project Manager, Natural Capital Investment Fund

Justin White
Business Lender


David Grusznski
Program Director, Greenseams Program

Angie Doucette
Project Coordinator, Greenseams Program


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 +

  • The JPB Foundation
  • Mt. Cuba Center
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
  • Richard King Mellon Foundation
  • Timothy D. Sweeney

$500,000 - $999,999

  • Anonymous
  • The Allerton Foundation
  • The Duke Endowment
  • John W. Hanes Jr. and Elizabeth M. Hanes
  • Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
  • Open Space Institute
  • The Estate of Lenore Scott
  • Fred and Alice Stanback Jr.
  • U-Haul International
  • Wallace Genetic Foundation

$100,000 - $499,999

  • Anonymous
  • Thomas A. and Nancy J. Barrow
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation
  • Brunckhorst Foundation
  • Mary Catherine Bunting
  • Nancy Burnett
  • C&S Wholesale Grocers
  • Chesapeake Conservancy
  • Colcom Foundation
  • Ann K. Cook
  • Cortopassi Family Foundation
  • CSX Corp.
  • Dell Technologies
  • The Dow Chemical Co.
  • Duke Energy Corp.
  • The Farvue Foundation
  • Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina
  • Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
  • Gulf Coast Express Pipeline, LLC
  • The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation
  • The Hugh Kaul Foundation
  • The Estate of Anne Dalrymple Hull
  • The Meadows Foundation
  • M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust
  • The Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund
  • Oak Foundation
  • Pisces Foundation
  • Project Reinvest
  • Protective Life Foundation
  • Rasmuson Foundation
  • Resources Legacy Fund
  • Robert L. Shaw
  • Spring Point Partners
  • Brad and Shelli Stanback
  • Still Water Foundation
  • Turner Foundation
  • W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • The Estate of Joan H. Wister
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
“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
  • Beaverdale Foundation
  • Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., in honor of Henry Diamond
  • Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
  • Cross Charitable Foundation
  • Fair Play Foundation
  • George L. Ohrstrom Jr. Foundation
  • James and Lauren Whitehurst Family Charitable Trust
  • The Estate of Christie Jean Lundy
  • McKnight Foundation
  • Nestlé Waters North America
  • Scott and Genie Randell
  • Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation
  • U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Co. LLC
  • David and Rachel Weidman
  • The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

$10,000 - $49,999

  • Anonymous (6)
  • Henry Elliott Albers
  • American Licorice Co.
  • Bob J. and Kim D. Anderson
  • David H. Anderson
  • Ayudar Foundation
  • Julie G. Barker
  • Gregory A. and Laurie A. Beard
  • Riley and Susan Bechtel
  • Roger A. Bell
  • James Bodner and Victoria Greenfield
  • The BPB & HBB Foundation
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenton R. Brown
  • The Estate of Arlynn R. Buder
  • Judith M. Buechner
  • Bunting Family Foundation
  • The Burt's Bees Greater Good Foundation
  • Gordon Chaffee and Nancy Kedzierski
  • Charles Reed Cherington and Ashley S. Pettus
  • ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc.
  • The Cook Family Foundation
  • Cox Enterprises Inc.
  • Crane Family Foundation
  • Dallas and Louise Anderson Foundation
  • Dallas Safari Club
  • Robert M. Dix
  • Phyllis L. Dixon
  • The Estate of Elmer J. Dreher
  • Ducks Unlimited Inc.
  • William C. Eisenhauer
  • Elmina B. Sewall Foundation
  • Entergy Corp.
  • Felburn Foundation
  • Gates Family Foundation
  • Grand Victoria Foundation
  • Hancock Natural Resource Group Inc.
  • Colin R. Hart
  • Vaughan H. Hedrick
  • Margaret M. Hixon
  • David Jenkins
  • Mavis P. and Wendy W. Kelsey
  • Frances Kennedy
  • Land Trust Alliance
  • Nicholas Lapham
  • Linea Solutions Inc.
  • Gail M. Lipovsky
  • Lux Foundation Inc.
  • Maine Community Foundation
  • Malcolm C. Damuth Foundation
  • Frederick and Judith Mancheski
  • Terry and Constance Marbach
  • Mary Alice and Bennett Brown Foundation Inc.
  • The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation
  • Marian Brownlee S. McKee
  • Edmund and Pam McIlhenny
  • Michael Medrano
  • Thruston Morton III and Patricia Morton
  • The Nathan P. Jacobs Foundation
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Charles Neal
  • New Jersey Natural Gas
  • Noblelight Foundation
  • The North Face
  • The Estate of Kenneth M. Olson Jr.
  • Overhills Foundation
  • Barbara E. Parish and Gary Roberts
  • Rick and Jane Parod
  • Partnership Foundation
  • Patrick and Aimee Butler Family Foundation
  • Pigeon River Fund
  • R. Howard Dobbs Jr. Foundation
  • Randolph D. Rouse Foundation Inc.
  • Jacqueline Ratner
  • David G. Ritchey
  • Robert J. Bauer Family Foundation
  • The Robert P. Rotella Foundation
  • Robertson Foundation
  • Mr. Olof Röstlund and Dr. Emily Röstlund
  • Sacharuna Foundation
  • The Sarah I. Schieffelin Residuary Trust
  • S.D. Trombetta Foundation
  • Ford Smith
  • Robert and Joanne Solem
  • The Stokes Family
  • Suggs Family Foundation
  • Amelia C. Tate
  • Thomas Family Trust
  • TIF Foundation Fund
  • The Tim and Karen Hixon Foundation
  • Daniel and Sheryl Tishman
  • Town of Mount Jackson
  • Turner Foundation Inc.
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • University of Wyoming
  • Paul J. Volpe
  • Rick Wagner
  • The Estate of Teresa Sue Weinert
  • The Estate of Mary Ann Whitley
  • Winkler Family Foundation
  • Ryan Wise and Leslie Brunner
  • Richard and Terri Wojahn
  • Wyoming Community Foundation
“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 (4)
  • Anonymous Fund at Aspen Community Foundation
  • American Conservation Association
  • Woodrow D. Anderson
  • Michael and Susan Arneson
  • Anne H. Averett
  • Bay Area Community Foundation
  • Heather Behrends
  • Richard Bennink and Virginia Murray
  • Catherine Bettcher and Praveen Dayalu
  • Robert Bonnie
  • Elizabeth S. Bowles
  • Brown Advisory
  • Brown Family Foundation
  • Will and Linda Butz
  • Todd and Susan Carter
  • Stanley D. and Susan B. Casto
  • J. Storey Charbonnet
  • Ray and Marian Christensen
  • William Chudd and Gretchen Hoffmann
  • Clayton Fund Inc.
  • Consumers Energy Foundation
  • Danem Foundation
  • Louisa C. Duemling
  • Rufus H. Duncan Jr.
  • Earl M. & Margery C. Chapman Foundation
  • Marcy and Gene Elsbree
  • Erna & Isaac Stern Foundation Inc.
  • Joseph and Marie Field
  • Denise Filakosky
  • Spencer Frasher
  • Martin and Judith Freedland
  • Friends of Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge
  • Friends of Glacier Bay
  • Georgia-Pacific Corp.
  • Bindu Gottipati
  • John K. Greene
  • Paul Hagen and Christine Jahnke
  • M. Diane Holm
  • Stan and Loni Hooley
  • Wilson and Nancy Hughes
  • The Estate of Sherrie A. Inness
  • Mrs. Marten R. Jenkins
  • Benjamin S. Levin
  • Louden Family Foundation
  • Mabee Foundation
  • MaCher
  • Thomas M. Marr Sr.
  • The Estate of Burton Meyer
  • Pauline H. Milius
  • Susan Miller
  • The Milton and Beatrice Wind Foundation
  • Momentum Group
  • Barbara A. Mullin
  • Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Noonan
  • Jerry O'Brien
  • Charles J. Orella
  • John Owens and Karen Sundback
  • Peter S. Paine Jr.
  • Bonnie Pence
  • Robert E. Phay Jr.
  • Sally Pian and Ira Silverman
  • Mark B. Reed
  • Sandy and James Ressler
  • Ruth Covo Family Foundation
  • SEAT Planners Inc.
  • Truman T. Semans
  • James and Janna Shennan
  • E. LaVerne Smith and Rick Trois
  • Archana Sodha
  • Spark Directed Fund
  • Charles Stirrat
  • Thomas and Elizabeth Stults
  • Jason Sugar
  • William and Shirley Suter
  • Don Swenholt and Kristina Harper
  • Laura Taff
  • Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation
  • Kern Vijayvargiya
  • Weill Family Foundation
  • Hill Wellford and Michelle Boardman
  • Don and Tina Whitfield
  • Jay and Louisa Winthrop
  • World Wildlife Fund
  • Thomas F. Yohe
“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 (23)
  • Peter and Dianna Abbrecht
  • Thomas and Cassandra Abeln
  • Katharine Abraham and Graham Horkley
  • Brooks and Rachel Adamo
  • Admiral Real Estate Services Corp.
  • Jon A. Agar
  • Nicholas Agar-Johnson
  • Jessica F. Albert
  • Weldon C. Alders
  • Lindsay S. and Bradley E. Alger
  • William Algoso
  • William and Tiffany Allen
  • Matthew S. Amatruda
  • AmazonSmile Foundation
  • Judith and Roger Anderson
  • Leslie S. Ariail
  • Douglas N. Arnold
  • Robert and Margaret Ayres
  • Ray B. Baldwin
  • Kathleen P. Barrett
  • Allison and Daniel Baskes
  • James W. and Colleen B. Beach
  • Ashley Beall
  • Martin and Jay Beard-Coles
  • Beauty 21 Cosmetics Inc.
  • Randy J. Becker
  • Will Beckman
  • Taffy Benjamin
  • Paul F. and Henrietta B. Bente
  • David and Nicole Berger
  • Ron and Michele Berman
  • Dr. and Mrs. A. David Bernanke
  • Greta and Brad Bertinot
  • Sergio Betancourt
  • Nathan and Helaine Betnun
  • Big Cat Rescue Corp.
  • Charlyn L. Black
  • Jim Blyth
  • Michael Bomar
  • Wendy Bost
  • Daniel Bowen-Pope
  • Ms. and Mr. Robin Boyer
  • Jayson and Mandy Boyers
  • Andrew W. Bradbury
  • Sue and George Brandt
  • Terry Bridges
  • Bristol Bay Native Corp.
  • Daniel Broockmann
  • Oliver Brooks Jr.
  • Alfred W. Brown
  • Kathryn Brown
  • Matthew Brown and Sandra Lopez
  • Matthew D. Brown
  • Douglas A. Brucker
  • Bruckner and Luzietti Family
  • Josie B. Bumgarner
  • J. Burbank
  • Burdette Family Foundation
  • Dennis and Susan Burke
  • James L. Burns
  • Jay and Donna Bushnell
  • Robert O. and Ellen L. Bussey
  • Stephen Can
  • Holly Cannon and John Guttmann
  • Jeffrey S. and Linda L. Carbiener
  • Eric Carlton
  • Stan, Gretchen and Erin Carrick
  • David K. Carrington
  • Carl M. Carstensen
  • Danielle Casavant
  • Paul and Gail Caslavka
  • Jeff Cassady
  • Donald F. Catello Jr.
  • Taryn Catlin
  • Jack and Jan Cato
  • Kathleen C. Chambers
  • Chaney Family Foundation
  • Gregory F. Chapados
  • Eric and Suzanne Cheek
  • Samuel M. Chen
  • Brian and Sally Chess
  • Christofer Chiappa and Keila Blanco
  • Thomas L. Chong
  • Vincent Ciarlante
  • Michelle Cihla
  • Lori C. Clark
  • Clausen Miller P.C.
  • David R. and Susan G. Cleveland
  • Christina I. Collins
  • Linda Benedict Colvin
  • Steven and Karen Compton
  • Lynne J. Cooper
  • Michael Corcoran
  • Gina M. Cornick
  • Patricia Coughlan
  • Glenn Courtney and Kim Olson
  • George M. Covington
  • Gary W. and Beverly O. Cox
  • Carol G. Craig
  • Peter C. Crary
  • Karen Crennan and Allen Toman
  • Leslie and Ed Cronin
  • Patrick Q. Crow
  • Christian Crowley
  • Scott and Renae Croy
  • Dr. and Mrs. Richard Culatta
  • Evan B. Czopek
  • Louis Dachis
  • Peter Dahlberg
  • Nicholas A. Dahlin
  • Michael and Shannon Dalpe
  • Brian Dangler
  • Judy Danish and Miles Greenbaum
  • Nicholas Danoff
  • Gail Danto and Arthur Roffey
  • David and Kirsten Cunningham Charitable Foundation
  • Karen Davidson
  • Luis A. de la Garza
  • James Debolt
  • Brian R. Decker
  • Thomas H. DeGraff
  • Dick DeGuerin
  • Thomas Deitrich
  • Joel Deitz and Barbara Berko
  • Robert Dennis
  • Ariane L. DeSaussure
  • Sunita Deshmukh
  • John and Nancy DeVore
  • Tony and Juli Dewar
  • Joshua S. Dezube
  • The Dickson Foundation Inc.
  • Kay M. Diederich
  • Samuel K. Diederich
  • Michael DiGregorio
  • Gilbert E. and Ruth L. Dix
  • Brad Dobski
  • Arthur and Alice Domby
  • Adam Donahue
  • Carly M. Donahue
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Donovan
  • William Downie
  • James A. Doyle
  • Clay Dukes
  • Ronald A. Duncan
  • Jerry and Nancy Duncan
  • Ryan Durand
  • William and Nancy Durkee
  • East End Temple Religious School
  • Callie Hastings Easterly
  • Walt Ebell and Dianna Gentry
  • James Eck
  • ECO-CPA Inc.
  • Ecosystem Investment Partners LLC
  • David B. Edelson
  • Corry and Rochelle Edwards
  • Teon E. Edwards
  • David Eikenberry
  • Stephen and Marilyn Elbert
  • Glenn and Denice Elison
  • Thomas B. and Katharine K. Ellis
  • Emkay Inc.
  • Llewelyn Engel
  • John D. and Kristina K. Epstein
  • Kayla Epstein
  • Richard L. Erdmann and Dawn MacPhee
  • Evelyne M. Eshel
  • Douglas I. Evans
  • William B. Fagan
  • Fanwood Foundation Western Office
  • Farbolin Family Foundation
  • Steven B. Farmer
  • Joseph and Frances Farnan
  • Mary Anna and Fred Feitler
  • Carol Fendler
  • Rebecca J. Ferrera
  • Donald and Mary Fithian
  • Thomas M. and Barbara C. Florack
  • Kira Fluor-Scacchi
  • James P. and Donna M. Foley
  • Joseph Foote
  • Forest Investment Associates
  • Mark J. Freitag
  • Gene and Jennifer Fridland
  • Jonathan Friedman
  • Amy Futa Horn
  • G. William Walker Charitable Trust
  • Joyce and Roy Gamse
  • Ron and Debbie Garrow
  • Marc A. Garufi
  • Sara S. Geld
  • Marie R. George
  • Georgia Power
  • Carol A. Giffen
  • Anthony C. Gilbert and Laurel Wroten Gilbert
  • John and Lynn Gilbert
  • Jim and Lucia Gilliland
  • James Gingrich
  • John C. Giuffrida Jr.
  • Glatfelter Co.
  • Horace L. Glenn Jr.
  • Eva A. Gnadt
  • Rick and Alice Godfrey
  • Edward T. Gohr
  • Jessica L. Goldberg
  • Teresa Golden
  • Russell Goldenberg
  • Gorlitz Foundation
  • Manuel D. and Laura C. Goty
  • The Grace Jones Richardson Trust
  • Tom Granger
  • Henry Greenberg
  • Richard Greenberg
  • Steve Greenland, In Memory Of
  • Dick Gregg Jr.
  • Brian S. and Jane S. Greig
  • Steven and Rebecca Greim
  • Edmond Griffin
  • John Q. and Claire J. Griffin
  • Mark E. Griffin
  • Jose Gutierrez
  • Glenn D. Haight
  • Preston Hall
  • Leif C. Halverson
  • Mrs. Frederic C. Hamilton
  • Jerry R. Hansen
  • Scott and Susan Hareland
  • Gary Hargrave
  • Jessie M. Harris
  • John A. and Lynne A. Harris
  • David Harrison and Joyce Millen
  • Dorian Hart
  • Mark A. Hart and Heather K. Hart
  • Sarah Hart
  • Peggy J. Harwood
  • Robert and Kathleen Haverkamp
  • Sherry S. Hechler
  • J.D. Heck
  • Larry T. Hegland
  • Theresa Hennesy
  • Donald E. Henninger
  • Lynn Herrick and Rodney Sharp
  • Frederick C. Herzog and Marla J. Mercer
  • Jacob Y. Hesterman
  • Merrick Hidalgo
  • Selena Hiett
  • Gordon Hilbun
  • Matthew Hildebrandt
  • Robert and Cynthia Hillas
  • Timothy H. Hillas
  • Daniel M. Hinkle
  • Alexander Hinz
  • Robert and Caroline Hoag
  • Steve, Michelle and Madison Hobbs
  • Rebecca Hoblin
  • Bud Hodson
  • William E. Holman
  • Pieter Hondius
  • Andrew Hopkins and Eliza Hirst
  • Kelly Horner
  • William Houghton
  • Ivan K. and Carol Hoyt
  • Wilson Hsieh and Mingqian Huang
  • Fred and Charlotte Hubbell Foundation
  • Brian C. Huberty
  • John G. Huddleston
  • Adam and Patricia Hunninghake
  • Janet L. Hunter
  • Rhonda Hyder and Justin Moats
  • Jennifer Imada
  • John and Marlene Ingebritson
  • Kenneth and Krisztina Inskeep
  • Robert J. and Doris C. Isakson
  • James H. Jacobs
  • LouAnn Jacobson and Robert Ball
  • Sidney S. and Sandra J. Jacobson
  • Robert J. James
  • Jim Jansen
  • Lynn M. Jarke
  • Jamie S. Jarvis
  • Georgia Jeppesen and Skylar Jeppesen Benedict
  • Michael and Elaine Jewett
  • John Hirschi Donor Advised Fund - Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation
  • Michael M. and Trina L. Johns
  • Barbara and Steve Johnson
  • David and Carolyn Johnston
  • Eric and Sharon Jung
  • Mary Kaczmarek
  • Eric and Cindy Kalman
  • Dale S. Kammerlohr
  • Gordon Kaplan
  • John L. Keane
  • Emily W. Kelly
  • Richard and Mary Kelly
  • Tom and Ann Kelsey
  • Gail E. Kendall
  • Rich and Denise Kerns
  • Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Key
  • Keyes-Salut Family Fund
  • Ronald and Petta Khouw
  • Jerry Kilpatrick and Patricia Orlosky
  • Abigail R. Kimbell
  • Kathy Kirschner and Bob Novak
  • Frederic Klein
  • Thomas Klitgaard
  • Ralph Knoll and Kim Barber
  • Lester B. Knutsen
  • Martin F. Koessel
  • Margaret A. Kohring
  • Ann Kolan
  • Micah Kornfield
  • Mak Koten
  • Janet R. Koupal
  • Margaret Kratz
  • John Kretchmer
  • Bryan and Guadalupe Krol
  • Mark and Leslie Kroloff
  • Stephen F. Kunkel
  • Thomas N. Kyle Sr.
  • Dennis and Kristen LaCroix
  • Julie M. Lagunzad
  • Eseng Lai
  • Victoria Lai
  • Elizabeth Lakata
  • Ananth Lalithakumar
  • Shaun Lan
  • Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Lang
  • Norwood and Erna Langdon
  • Robert D. and Esther M. Langley
  • Sam Larson
  • Late July Snacks

  • Gordon G. Latta
  • Gordon Lawrence
  • Karen Lawrence
  • Kirk C. and Kathleen E. Leadbetter
  • Kathryn L. Lee
  • Kevin Lehman
  • Douglas Leith
  • William and Christine Lennon
  • Michael and Michelle Leonard
  • Quinn Leventhal
  • Marjorie A. Lewis
  • Herbert Ley
  • Michael Lidell and Jill Merrill
  • Arthur M. Lieberman
  • Stan Lin
  • Martha and Carl H. Linder III
  • Kenneth E. Lipson
  • Robert Litzke
  • Peter B. Locke
  • Christine and Dan Long
  • Graham Long
  • Jim Lovell and Adelle Treakle
  • John and Mary Lowber
  • LSR Fund
  • Charles and Carly Lusky
  • Stuart Lustig
  • Patricia A. Lutz
  • Lyme Forest Fund LP
  • James and Karen MacFarland
  • Susan Mackenzie
  • Todd Malkin
  • Helen B. Malone
  • Michelle A. Manzo
  • Marcie and Robert Musser Advised Fund at Aspen Community Foundation
  • Randall P. Mariger
  • Matt Marino
  • Constance A. Marks
  • Samuel Marquis Jr.
  • Leslie K. Marsden
  • Carol Marshall
  • Barry Martin and Lee Nettke-Martin
  • Perry Martin
  • Pedro and Carol Martinez
  • Mary E. Martinson
  • Iain Maryanow
  • Stephanie Mason
  • Arthur J. Matas
  • James J. McAnelly
  • Tim and Marcia McBride
  • Charles N. and Carol L. McCullough
  • Ronan McCullough
  • William R. McDaniel
  • Kay F. McFarland
  • Steve and Kathy Mcgavock
  • James Mcgonigle and Carol Schmidt
  • Michael D. McGowan
  • Katherine A. McKittrick
  • Dennis and Barbara McNeely
  • Ryan and Devin McSherry
  • Ruth C. Mead
  • Amy J. Meeker
  • Brad Meiklejohn
  • Daniel Merced
  • M. Sheila Merritt & Robert D. Mass Family Fund
  • Erik and Claire Meyers
  • David Michelson
  • Duane L. Miller
  • Ellen V. Miller
  • Harold L. Miller
  • Paul and Shabree Miller
  • Ron J. Miller
  • Brenda J. Milum
  • Beverly F. Mindle
  • Pamela Missimer
  • Tigger Montague
  • Andrew W. Moore and Mary S. Lee
  • Ginny K. Moore
  • Andrea and Matthew Morrison
  • Elizabeth D. Morrison
  • Jim Morrison
  • Michael and Mary Morrow
  • Bruno J. Moschetta
  • Harold and Carole Moskowitz and Jodi and Andrew Moskowitz
  • Sean and Eleanor Mossman
  • James H. and Shauna S. Muhl
  • John and Cheryl Muhr
  • Anthony and Michelle Munkholm
  • Deron and Xenia Murphy
  • Robin and Mary Claire Murphy
  • Philip and Linda Myers
  • Susan and Lawrence Myers
  • Paul Nagai
  • Kalpana Nathan
  • Jim and Mary Neal
  • Randy and Carol Nees
  • Deena J. Nelson
  • Paul Newacheck
  • Michael C. Nienhaus
  • Kevin M. Noall
  • Constance Nutt
  • Elizabeth Keating O'Brien and William Porter O'Brien
  • Ocean Ledges Fund of the Maine Community Foundation
  • Daniel O'Connell and Teresa Clifford
  • James and Linda Odom
  • Greg F. Ohanesian and Judy L. McLaughlin
  • Elizabeth O'Hara
  • John C. Oliver III
  • Todd Oman
  • Mirela Omerovic
  • O.N. MacGregor Fund, Santa Fe Community Foundation
  • Peter Ordentlich
  • Steve and Michelle Orr
  • William B. Osborn III
  • Lisa Ott
  • Carlton and Brenda Owen
  • Benjamin Paar
  • Ralph H. Padgett
  • Jacqueline Page
  • Peter Papamichael
  • Park Avenue Charitable Fund
  • Noreen J. Parrett
  • Carol A. Paterson
  • The PatLow Fund
  • Jeff and Annette Patterson
  • Marguerite Paul
  • Susan J. Peak
  • Lisa J. Peerson
  • David Perecman
  • Bret and Rebecca Perisho
  • Bob and Janet Petersen
  • Philip R. Pfeifer
  • Eve G. Phelps
  • The Philip Devon Family Foundation Inc.
  • DeVesco R. Pierre
  • Richard and Emma Pompetti
  • George and Barbara Porter
  • Chris Porter
  • Prairie Foundation
  • Premiere TV Inc.
  • Robert and Ellie Primeau
  • Hillrie Quin
  • Mitchell and Kathy Racoosin
  • Rain Proof Roofing
  • Chase Raines
  • Ed Rasmuson
  • Daniel Ratner
  • Gordon R. Ray
  • Michael Raymond
  • Robert Reagan
  • Lisa Regul and Rand Hawkins
  • Patrick Reid
  • Jay H. Reiziss
  • Christian M. Reynolds
  • Gage Morgan Richert
  • Barbara J. Richmon
  • Ariel L. Rideout
  • Bill Riffle and Ruann Ernst
  • John C. and Margaret M. Rigilano
  • Don and Laura Ripple
  • Robert and Winifred Riser
  • Ritchie Family Charitable Fund
  • Richard and Juanita Ritland
  • Steven and Kay Robbins
  • Stephen and Lisa Robertson
  • Jeffrey Robins and Mai Yee
  • Pamela A. Roeming
  • William P. and Lynne M. Rogers
  • Michael and Melissa Rooney
  • Rachel S. Rosen
  • Matthew Rosencrantz
“The Conservation Fund works hard to find solutions for all stakeholders and not just the conservationists, from the purchase and conversion of forestland to allow for sustainable harvesting, to urban green spaces like the Belt Line in Durham. This is particularly critical in the current political climate and is a clear example of why the Fund is so successful.”

Mike and Melissa Rooney, Donors since 2007
  • Robert Rothhouse
  • Rouse Family Foundation
  • Evan and Janna Roze
  • Philip Ruedi
  • Nick Runnebohm
  • Carole Rush and Richard Andler
  • The Russell and Frieda De Yong Foundation
  • Lee Rust
  • Michael and Avery Sadoff
  • James Safranek and Julie Leader
  • Mikki Sager
  • Nicolai and Ezmeralda Sager
  • Hunter and Karen Saklad
  • Barbara Saltzman
  • Dennis Samuel
  • Sherry L. Samuels and Aviva S. Starr
  • Mary Sanger
  • Gregory and Alyssa Schaefer
  • Jon Schairbaum and Amy Askins
  • Jerald and Nancy Schilling
  • Catherine Schmid-Maybach
  • Kyle Schmiel
  • Ziba R. Scott
  • John Sears and Jane Spencer-Sears
  • Selfridge Family Foundation
  • Larry and Rossi Selzer
  • Elizabeth and Joel Serebransky
  • Julie and Cliff Shackelford
  • Karen E. Shaver
  • Thomas A. Sheffield
  • Gilbert and Judy Shelton
  • George H. Siehl
  • Jennifer L. Singh
  • Sarah Sinha
  • James and Christina Siva
  • James S. Sligar and Diana M. Sattelberger
  • Norfleet N. Smith
  • Cheryl Snyder
  • Sodexo
  • Alison and James Soldano
  • Olivia A. Solomon
  • Gene and Peggy Somoza
  • Scott T. Southwell
  • Stuart Spigel
  • Spitzer Bans Charitable Trust
  • Justin D. Spitzer
  • Springwood Property Co.
  • Sprout Social
  • Troy and Lisa St. Onge
  • William and Jean Stanhagen
  • Stanhagen Consulting LLC
  • William Starbuck and Joan Dunbar
  • Jennifer A. Starr
  • Klondike Steadman
  • Rebecca Stecker
  • Karen M. Steel
  • Peter Stein and Lisa Cashdan
  • Keith and Polly Steiner
  • Patrick Stewart
  • Brian R. Stoll
  • Theodore Stow
  • John and Suzanne Strawbridge
  • Louise and Trent Stumph
  • Marie J. Sullivan
  • Timothy Sullivan
  • Sumner Gerard Foundation
  • Siddharth Suri
  • David A. Surrey
  • Sustainable Forestry Initiative
  • Carol Swarts
  • Amy and Jeff Swartz
  • Thomas and Beatrice Taplin Fund of The Denver Foundation
  • Sarah Tarkoff
  • Stephen P. Taylor
  • Ellen Temple
  • Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership Inc.
  • David R. Thiemann
  • Jill Long Thompson and Don Thompson
  • Ken and Pat Thompson
  • William Thompson
  • Grady A. Tibboel
  • Stephen and Linda Tillinghast
  • Jason F. Tobler
  • Robin Toblin
  • Cameron Tomele
  • Skipper Tonsmeire
  • Loren Toolajian
  • Andrew Totta
  • David and Emily Touchstone
  • Michael L. Trancynger
  • C. Gabriel Traupman
  • Jay and Sharon Trotta
  • Megan and Ben Tsai
  • Rebecca Tucker
  • Eliot P. and Dianne D. Tucker
  • Tara N. Tuominen
  • Eric C. Turner
  • John and Mary Kay Turner
  • Ullmann Family Foundation
  • Unabridged Software
  • UNC Health Care System
  • United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
  • United Way of Snohomish County
  • William and Saima Upham
  • Kathryn L. Utter
  • Jeffrey and Janet Valentine
  • Theodore Van Belle and Sasha Vivelo
  • Daniel D. Van Denburgh
  • Laura Alida Van Every
  • Lee J. Vander Weyden
  • Aaron Vangetson
  • Christopher Vant Hof
  • Thomas and Kristie Vaughan
  • Dave and Susan Vermeulen
  • Gregory Vincenti
  • Vishal Foundation
  • Mark R. Voigt
  • Rudi F. Von Imhof
  • Amir Vonsover
  • Jon Wagenseller
  • David and Ellen Wagner
  • Patrick N. Wagner
  • Christopher and Jaclyn Wahlers
  • Erin Wain
  • Denise and Michael Walker
  • Jennifer L. Wallace
  • Susan and Marc Wallace
  • David Waller
  • Katharine R. Walsh
  • June Wang
  • Paul M. Warner
  • Diane and Mark Warren
  • Ann Wasoff
  • Waste Connections of Alaska
  • Greg Waters
  • Susan and Michael Watson
  • Reynold and Joyce Weidenaar
  • Albert Welbel
  • Georgia E. Welles
  • Dewey W. Wells
  • John T. Wells
  • Mark Welsh
  • Kenneth Weston
  • Rick Weyerhaeuser and Anne C. Brewster
  • Michael Whitehill
  • Dale and Ila Wiersma
  • Austin Wiggins
  • James and Raylene Wilborn
  • Sonja Wilder
  • Dan Wilensky
  • Rachel A. Wilkinson
  • Brent S. Wille
  • William Howard Flowers Jr. Foundation Inc.
  • Taylor Williams
  • Wendy S. Williams
  • Julia and Matt Wills
  • John and Ashley Wilson
  • John and Libby Winthrop
  • Richard and Linda Wolk
  • Albert and Michele Woodroof
  • The Woods Foundation
  • Samuel Woodworth
  • William J. and Denise L. Wozencraft
  • Joseph T. Wyrick
  • Wenqing Yan
  • Chris and Lisa Young
  • John P. and Paulette S. Young
  • Catherine M. Zammito
  • Imran and Jacqueline Zoberi
  • Roberta Zwier