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The Nature Conservancy in Florida

The Nature Conservancy believes in a future where people and nature flourish together. In Miami, The Conservancy is working to protect our natural treasures and quality of life. From restoration efforts along our city’s coastline and waterways, including Virginia Key and Wagner Creek in the Health District, to our work with local schools on environmental stewardship, and tree plantings in Miami neighborhoods, we are committed to conservation that benefits both people and nature in this vibrant city.  In Miami, The Conservancy works to restore and preserve Florida’s coral reefs, beautiful beaches and coastline, and to encourage green, functional urban spaces. We continue to meet challenges with innovative, on the ground solutions. Your donation this Give Miami Day will support our efforts here in South Florida. The Nature Conservancy is working here and around the world in more than 65 countries to protect land and water, tackle climate change, provide food and water sustainably, build healthy cities, and connect people and nature.

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Wagner Creek, in the heart of the Health District, before the upcoming restoration of its banks and waters. Welcoming and functional greenspace will be created. Photo: © Greg Guannel/The Nature Conservancy