America's Partner in Conservation
The Conservation Fund is the nation’s foremost environmental nonprofit dedicated to protecting America’s most important landscapes and waterways for future generations. The Conservation Fund pioneers a balanced, non-advocacy, non-membership approach to conservation, one that blends environmental and economic goals and objectives. Since its founding in 1985, the Fund has helped its partners safeguard wildlife habitat, working farms and forests, community greenspace, and historic sites totaling nearly 6 million acres nationwide.
America's Top Rated Environmental Nonprofit
The Conservation Fund is recognized annually as one of the nation’s top environmental organizations by two charity watchdog organizations, American Institute of Philanthropy and Charity Navigator. The Fund's commitment to donors and to fiscal responsibility is a core value that guides decision-making at all levels. The Conservation Fund and its affiliated programs are seeking bright, motivated individuals interested in working towards positive solutions to the land use issues facing our nation. Although experience in the conservation field is not a prerequisite, we will give additional consideration to those candidates who are motivated by their desire to work in conservation.