Ecology and Conservation Biology
As our landscapes change, we must identify conflicts with the needs of wild things and generate innovative solutions that allow us to live alongside them in perpetuity. Natural history and ecology will lead the way forward while social sciences will show us how to put the conservation in action. Our goal is to help people share landscapes with creatures that are living and breathing, wild and free-ranging.
We strive to conduct and support research relevant to current conservation issues while generating information that will aid in the formulation of effective multi-species conservation planning. Our grants program helps support this work all around the world, from Arkansas to Nepal. You can learn about our efforts to conserve Tennessee Hellbenders here.