Sharing Data and Knowledge

Project on Pacific Northwest climate change effects for wetland ecosystems informs National Parks Service land management

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Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) on a native prairie flower, Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) at Chase Lake National Wildlife Refuge, North Dakota. USFWS.

Developing Decision Support Tools

GIS & Conservation planning tool aids land managers across the Appalachian region

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The Missouri river

Meeting Unfilled Conservation Needs

Scientists and conservationists are working to strategically conserve the Connecticut River watershed to provide habitat, jobs, food, clean water, storm protection, recreation and many other natural benefits

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A map of habitat.

Facilitating & Fostering Collaboration

Detecting and addressing climate change impacts on birds and their habitat

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300 Partners
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LCC in the Spotlight


Big Lake NWR flooded bottomlands, USFWS

The Appalachian LCC is an applied science and management partnership working to protect natural lands, valued resources and the biological diversity that provide environmental benefits and services to the human communities across the region.

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