The Nature Conservancy, Charlottesville, Va., has cut $100 million from its equity allocation. The money may be given to current fixed-income managers Standish Ayer & Wood and Fleet Investment Advisors, said John Wood Bolton, director of investments at the $917 million endowment. "We now have 62% in stocks and 18% in fixed, but we can go up to 25% in fixed income, he said. The stock cutback came from an Amerindo technology portfolio, which had done so well it was time to "take some money off the table, Mr. Bolton said. "The standard deviation was blowing the funds asset allocation and prudence. The endowment still has around $109 million, or 19% of its stock allocation, with Amerindo.