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Core Methodology Training 2023
NatureServe is pleased to announce we are hosting Core Methodology Training (CMT) virtually in February 2023. Core Methodology Training is a hands-on introduction to standards, methods, and tools that are "core" to the success of the NatureServe Network.
Learn More and Register Now!
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This giving season, you can help protect imperiled species and ecosystems by supporting NatureServe's work to provide the scientific basis for biodiversity conservation.
Learn more about the ways you can give, and how your gift benefits at-risk plants, animals, and ecosystems in North America.
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Adopt a Species
Looking for a gift that gives back? Symbolically adopt a native plant or animal in honor of a loved one! Not only will that person be recognized on NatureServe Explorer, but your gift will support the expert staff at NatureServe.
Learn more about the Adopt-a-Species program and view available species.
NatureServe Network Van Tour Heads West
The NatureServe Network Van Tour just wrapped up its second year, after visiting many states in Western Canada and the Western and Southwestern U.S. Along the way, NatureServe President and CEO Sean O'Brien met with NatureServe Network member programs and the incredible staff that keep them going.
Check out the StoryMap blog for updates on Sean's journey, and follow NatureServe on social media to get real-time updates from the road!
Support Us Today
The connection between biodiversity and public health is more apparent than ever. Reflecting on the countless benefits that healthy ecosystems and rich biodiversity provide us, take action today to protect their future.
By making an automatic gift each month, our sustaining donors ensure that NatureServe is consistently growing its far-reaching efforts to preserve biodiversity—every day of the year.
Now you can become a biodiversity champion and adopt a native plant or animal. In addition to being recognized on your chosen species' page on NatureServe Explorer, you will be supporting the expert staff at NatureServe who ensure that critical data on the taxonomy, distribution, and conservation status of species and ecosystems are accurate and available to conservation decision-makers.
When you include NatureServe in your estate plans, you play a key role in ensuring that the plants, animals, and places you care about will be enjoyed by future generations. As part of our Heritage Circle, your investment in NatureServe is an investment in the future of biodiversity.
NatureServe is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.