The mission of the National Conservation Foundation is to encourage and facilitate the implementation of unique programs and services by districts and other conservation organizations that advance the conservation, wise use and orderly development of the nation's natural resources. It accomplishes this by providing funding for research, educational and communications programs and educating the public about conservation.
The Foundation is governed by a board of Trustees. The Executive Committee members are listed below:
The National Conservation Foundation assumed responsibility for the Envirothon April 1, 2014. For more information on the National Conservation Foundation, or the NCF Envirothon, please note the contact information below.
Please make contributions to NCF payable to:
National Conservation Foundation
509 Capitol Court, N.E
Washington, D.C. 20002
When contributing in memory of someone, please include their name on your check.
NCF is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a charitable 501(c)3 organization. Contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible for both corporations and individuals. NCF can also receive contributions from other grant-making foundations.
Over the past six years, NCF presented $10,000 conservation district awards to five winning districts to complete on-the-ground projects that touch or affect their local communities.
The National Conservation Foundation has also supported the National Land and Range Judging contest in Oklahoma for a number of years.
NCF provided support to the North American Envirothon efforts for many years and in 2014 assumed responsibility for the program. Click here to learn more.