To compile and update a World Species List online and help local communities to save their natural features by naming and registering the feature. To put land back into the natural system by supporting individual philanthropic efforts. The quality of land is not important and the wealth of the land donator is unimportant to the World Species List Institute. Conservation of the natural world and the species is most important. We also have an eighty-six acre World Species List Forest in Conway Massachusetts and we hope there will be others soon.