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Explore 30 years of WHC

Thirty years ago, a visionary group of companies started a non-profit conservation organization to help preserve and enhance biodiversity on corporate lands. Today, Wildlife Habitat Council has grown to over 100 members in 25 countries and 48 U.S. states.

Today, the need for business and industry to take the lead in conservation is more important than ever, and we remain committed to our mission to recognize and empower wildlife habitat programs to create positive outcomes for the environment.

Whether it be a small pollinator garden, or a large-scale wetlands restoration, our members' conservation stories have long been valuable in sharing positive environmental outcomes that benefit companies, their employees and the communities they work in.

Now as we celebrate 30 years, we're telling the stories that define WHC, our members, and the collective work we do and inspire others to do.

WHC learning experiences and expert resources are available on a wide variety of corporate conservation topics - from bats and bees, to wetlands and water collection, and much more.

Through our Conservation Academy live and on-demand webinars, blogs, white papers, Project Guidances and annual Conservation Conference, you’ll get the guidance and support you need to develop, implement and maintain thriving wildlife habitats.

Featured photo: American black bear by Santiago Gibert Isern. Courtesy of CEMEX

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