Topic: Planning, implementing, and managing diverse prairie reconstructions
Past Events: Conference
The Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Connectivity Collaborative will be meeting to identify a list of priority objectives for the collaborative and to identify the collaborative’s structure and operating procedures, along with its relationship to the Great Lakes Basin Fish Habitat Partnership. The meeting will also include a progress update on action items from the March meeting.
This conference is geared toward the agricultural community; municipal, state and federal government employees; landowners; homeowners and urban dwellers; beekeepers; students; and educators.
Exploring Diverse Objectives and Initial Outcomes Across Southern Iowa and Northern Missouri
Field Tour - June 14-15; Workshop - June 16
The Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and Greater Farallones Association, in partnership with the California Landscape Conservation Cooperative, EcoAdapt, Schmidt Marine, Seed Fund, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are pleased to convene the Fourth Ocean Climate Summit: Resilience through Climate-Smart Conservation.
The South Atlantic LCC is offering a new format for the Brown Bag this year: a casual 1-hour lunch without the emphasis on bringing in an outside speaker. They are focusing on helping those in the Triangle landscape conservation and climate change community connect with one another. Periodically, someone working on these issues locally will give an informal update. If you’d like to update this group on your work, please contact Hilary Morris to be added to the schedule
The Central Valley Landscape Conservation Project will be conducting an Adaptation Strategy Workshop on May 10-11, 2016 in the Greater Sacramento area.
The Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative (SRLCC) is holding Adaptation Forum workshops in the Four Corners and Upper Rio Grande Basin geographic focus areas.
The Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative (SRLCC) is holding Adaptation Forum workshops in the Four Corners and Upper Rio Grande Basin geographic focus areas. Workshops will be arranged around delivering and developing relevant science and decision support tools for practitioners based on previous and ongoing SRLCC projects In addition, the SRLCC will solicit feedback from Forum participants on: