Our goal is to achieve lasting conservation results that benefit the people and nature of Michigan. In order to protect and restore Michigan’s natural systems, The Nature Conservancy uses a multi-faceted approach grounded in science to develop broad, innovative strategies that span Michigan and the Great Lakes basin, and can be applied across large natural systems—forests, waters, and coasts. 

We have projects in the following geographic areas:

We also work to inform policies and practices in the following strategic areas: