• All that glitters is not gold. Each light represents marijuana plants that once grew within this stretch of the High Sierra National Forest in California. A single grow can range from a thousand to tens of thousands of plants. This is part of 2017 Philip Hyde Grant Recipient Morgan Heim's project "Trespass." © Morgan Heim

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  • NANPA Foundation funds the participation of 12 college students at each NANPA Summit to participate in the NANPA Summit College Scholarship Program giving them in-the-field experience with nature photography, videography and storytelling. Photo by Jon Holloway


  • Grasshopper image by Kelsey Gramza, the 2017 Janie Moore Greene Grant recipient.

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  • Photo blind in Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge built by James Boyce Flowers as part of his Eagle Scout project. The blind was funded by the NANPA Foundation for public use in the NWR. © James Boyce Flowers


  • 2018 NANPA High School Scholarship Program participants in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Spencer Caserio, a participant in the program. The program is funded by the NANPA Foundation.

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  • A raccoon emerges from a hollowed tupelo tree in the Francis Beidler Forest, SC. Image by Mac Stone, 2018 Philip Hyde Grant recipient.

    a raccoon emerges from a hollowed tupelo tree in the Beidler Forest, SC

  • 2019 NANPA College Program Participants in production at Las Vegas Summit. Photo by Jon Holloway

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  • Image by 2018 Janie Moore Greene Grant Recipient Jake Brown Homovich.

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  • 2018 High School Program participants working in the field. Photo by Tom Haxby.

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  • Landscape image by Jiayu Su, 2016 Janie Moore Greene Grant Recipient.


  • Great blue heron on the Anacostia River by 2016 Philip Hyde Grant Recipient Krista Schlyer.

    Great blue heron on the Anacostia River.

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