Cox Conserves Heroes

Cox Conserves Heroes

Each year, the Cox Conserves Heroes program, operated in partnership with The Trust for Public Land, recognizes volunteers nationwide who create, preserve or enhance shared outdoor spaces in their local communities.

Since 2008, the program has honored more than 200 volunteers who have made a significant impact on conservation and environmental protection in their communities and donated more than $1.2 million to environmental nonprofits selected by the Cox Conserves Heroes.

To learn more about the program, visit CoxConservesHeroes.com.

Our Cox Conserves Heroes' Contributions

Our Cox Conserves heroes have made a significant impact on conservation and environmental protection in their communities. Here's a snapshot of their contributions:

  • Planting 3,500 new trees
  • Removing 1,400 tons of litter
  • Facilitating 70 public cleanups
  • Saving 500 burrowing owls
  • Protecting 30 beaches
  • Protecting 107,000 acres of land
  • Creating and maintaining 850 miles of trails
  • Volunteering more than 6,000 hours
  • Eliminating pesticides at 120 acres of playing fields
Our Cox Conserves Heroes' Contributions