Fellows walking through the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. —Kevin McCann, 2017 Fellow

Innovative Tools.
Inspired Leaders

It takes strong leaders working together to solve the world’s toughest environmental challenges.

By promoting innovative, market-based solutions, Kinship Conservation Fellows seeks to have positive and lasting conservation impacts. We believe in investing in practitioners who are open to new ideas and who seek real tools to implement effective solutions to environmental problems.

Featured Stories

Sustainable Management of Fisheries

A bottom up approach to win conservation results.

Kitty Brayne

2016 Fellow


Farmland Conservation

Using markets for environmental change.

Emy Brawley

2015 Fellow

Chicago, IL United States of America

Growing Markets for Lionfish

Increasing the value of an invasive fish species in Belize.

Jen Chapman

2014 Fellow

Sarteneja Belize

Income Generating Approaches to Conservation

Moving beyond donor funding and public financing.

Csaba Vaszkó

2009 Fellow

Budapest Hungary

Featured Resource

Cases in Conservation Finance

Learn about a range of conservation finance issues and tools through guest speakers and case studies.

Next session: December 8