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Find annual project highlights, summary financials, and lists of supporters who helped us advance a shared mission to provide the scientific basis for effective conservation action.
It was an incredible year for NatureServe and NatureServe Network Programs. This year's projects include an ongoing effort to save the monarch butterfly, a new app that helps visitors explore the natural communities at DC's Rock Creek Park and a comprehensive ecosystem profile of the biodiverse Tropical Andes. The impact of our work is always widening. It has been a banner year and one that speaks volumes about the brightness of NatureServe's future. Read the Report
NatureServe is making great strides in our mission to deliver science for effective conservation action. In our 2013-2014 annual report, you will read about a year highlighted by our work to better locate at-risk plants and animals on forest lands, as well as our receipt of the MacArthur Award for our innovation and impact in tackling the world's most pressing environmental problems. Read the report
With a reach that is extending further around the world, NatureServe’s mission—to put the best scientific information into the right hands—has generated exciting new partnerships. In our 2012-2013 annual report, you will read about a year highlighted by deeper work in Latin America and a better understanding of the most pressing challenges of our time, such as climate change and the health of marine ecosystems. Read the report
During our 2011-2012 fiscal year, we made great strides in advancing our core mission priorities while turning to the future in developing a new five-year strategic plan. In the process, staff, board, network members, and other stakeholders assessed the status of our network, the context in which we operate, and the driving forces that will shape how we achieve the greatest mission impact. Read the report