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Help Us Reach Our Goal of 50 New Monthly Donors in Honor of NatureServe's 50th Anniversary!

For the past 50 years, NatureServe has been at the forefront of the fight to protect the biodiversity that sustains us all. We believe that knowledge is power, and with the right information, we can make decisions that will have a profound impact on our planet's future.

Your support means the world to us, and would help track the populations of species, scientifically classify ecosystems, and evaluate extinction risks. Here’s how your dollars will impact our campaign: 

  • $25 supports tracking the population of a species in a particular area  
  • $50 supports scientifically classifying species and ecosystems  
  • $100 supports evaluating the extinction risk of one species  
  • $250 supports modeling where one species at risk of extinction is predicted to live  
  • $500 supports training a scientist according to NatureServe’s methodology  
  • $1000 supports 50,000 users on our online biodiversity encyclopedia 

Think of it as a monthly subscription... one that’s creating good in the world!

Why give monthly?

When you make a monthly commitment to NatureServe, you become part of 'The Nest', NatureServe's community of monthly donors helping to create a nest egg for biodiversity's future. With a minimum donation of $5 a month, this community is accessible to anyone who wishes to support our work for the long run. 

Members receive benefits such as monthly good news about the environment, special invites to events, and more!

Wild Rogue Wilderness in Oregon. Photo by the Bureau of Land Management.

Become a part of the community supporting the backbone of conservation action. You'll be joining like-minded individuals taking action to save planet earth!

Osprey (Pandion haliaetus). NatureServe Global Status: Secure (G5). Photo by Steve Droter/Chesapeake Bay Program.

 Donations are processed automatically so you can continue enjoying the great outdoors while we make sure your contribution goes to work.

Trillium sp. Photo by G. Peeples/U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

All members of The Nest receive monthly good news about the biodiversity wins and opportunities to connect with other members.