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Alaskan coast. -Ceci Simon, 2014 Fellow

Innovative Tools.
Inspired Leaders

It takes bright minds working together to solve the world’s toughest environmental challenges.

By implementing 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 use in their quest to implement effective solutions to environmental problems.

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Kinship Fellows are making a global impact

Fellows bring their talents and environmental challenges to Kinship. They leave with solutions they can apply directly to their work.


Featured Stories

Economic tools for conservation

My training as a Kinship Fellow helped me get a better grasp on economic tools.

Mwangi Githiru

2014 Fellow


Redefining how NGOs operate

Think strategically and develop an effective business model.

Carrie Brown Lima

2007 Fellow

Ithaca, NY 14853 United States

If you can't solve a problem, make it bigger

Scaling up stream flow restoration efforts to incorporate larger landscapes and more partners.

Brett Golden

2013 Fellow

Bend, OR United States

Knowing when to take a leadership role

In my work, it's crucial to know when to lead and when not to lead.

Darren Greve

2007 Fellow

Seattle, WA 98103-7122 United States

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