Study Tour

Following the escalation of COVID-19 Coronavirus in Europe and America, the US Study Tour scheduled to take place in Washington, in September 2020 will be reschedulded to 2021.

This decision follows the travel restrictions enforced by international authorities and the safety and wellbeing of our participants, staff and partners is our number one priority. We prefer thus to offer you a marevelous stay in 2021 and online activities in 2020.

The registration for the webinars are open. Read more

Private Land Conservation in US

Join this Study Tour to learn how The Nature Conservancy works together with Private Landowners in order to restore and maintain the nature values on their land. Participation is limited up to 15 participants.

If any questions in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact us: anne-sophie.mulier@elo.org 



Join us for the 7 days study tour in the US from 20 to 26 of September, 2020.
The European Landowners’ Organization together with The Nature Conservancy invite you to join a week-long study tour of conservation sites in the US’ Mid-Atlantic region. The seats are limited to a maximum of 15 people.
This study tour is organized within the EU LIFE project “Land Is For Ever” and is designed especially for decision makers, private land conservation stakeholders and invited European private landowners and managers.

The 7-day tour will combine class-room sessions with in-field experiences and offer participants the opportunity to meet with local landowners, site managers, conservation organisations, land trusts and state representatives. During the study tour we will visit a range of privately owned and managed areas in a (5 travel days) round trip, starting and finishing in Washington DC.

Besides the interesting presentations and discussions, we will have an opportunity to visit important conservation sites and estates and of course, spend quality group time learning from one another.

Read the program here

Registration for the 7 days study tour, 20-26 September 2020, is now open.
Click here to register now

Why the Nature Conservancy? 

The Nature Conservancy has over 20 years of experience leading study tours for supporters and stakeholders who are interested in growing their understanding of innovative conservation solutions and conservation best practices based on the over 65 years of The Nature Conservancy’s conservation experience and expertise. The Nature Conservancy’s Donor Engagement Team is the organization’s in-house travel and event planning team which is dedicated to leading mission-driven, safe and strategic travel experiences. The Donor Engagement Team works with trusted third-party partners and travel operators on the development, management and execution of travel logistics to assure liability is safeguarded and logistics run seamlessly. TNC’s Donor Engagement Team will be helping to implement this study tour for private lands conservation in the United States.


The Nature Conservancy is an international, nonprofit conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people. Our mission is to conserve the lands and waters upon which all life depends. TNC owns outright and manages approximately 2.5 million acres of land in a system of private nature preserves and holds conservation easements on another approximately 2.5 million acres of land owned by others. TNC works using the best available science and in collaboration with individuals, local communities, businesses, public agencies, and other nonprofit groups. The Nature Conservancy works in all 50 states and 72 countries to address the most pressing challenges facing people and nature.