The Nature Conservancy believes in a future where people and nature flourish together. In Miami, The Conservancy is working to protect our natural treasures and quality of life. Your generous donation will support the Conservancy’s programs in South Florida.
The Nature Conservancy in Florida is putting human ingenuity to work to address the our complex challenges. We are embarking on an effort to safeguard our lands, waters and oceans. We are reawakening our cities with the life and power of nature, and tackling climate change.
Wagner Creek waterway in Miami's Health District is in need of restoration. The Nature Conservancy is spearheading an effort to revitalize this area and create welcoming and functional greenspace.
Wagner Creek Greenspace Project
Along the banks of this long-neglected creek that winds through Miami’s Health District, the Conservancy is spearheading a restoration project that will create new public greenspace with native plants, trees to provide shade, natural areas that will help reduce flooding, and habitat for urban wildlife such as pollinators and birds. The greenspace will offer the people who live, work, and visit the area with a welcoming place to connect with nature. Your donation will help make this an incredible greenspace!
Strengthening Our Coasts
We are protecting and restoring our coastal ecosystems so that they can protect us. Florida’s coral reefs, oyster reefs, beaches, and mangroves can help protect people and property from flooding without negatively affecting the wildlife habitat, recreational value, or economic benefits of natural areas. We’re implementing projects that not only protect the communities that live and work along our coasts, but that also create sustainable neighborhoods that promote healthy living.
Florida Board Chair
Managing Partner, J Properties, LLC
VP, Mobility, SAP Software & Solutions
Executive Director, Florida
Director of Development, Florida
Director of Strategy and Policy, Florida
Cities Program Manager, Florida
Climate Program Manager, Florida
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.