Please join the Peninsular Florida LCC on Friday, April 21st at 10:00 AM (EST) to learn about the Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative, and how this cooperative seeks to “tackle sea-level rise together.” Background information on the NGOM SSC, the tools it has developed and instructions for joining the webinar are included below.
Past Events: Webinar
Attend this Q & A session to learn about the current funding opportunity for the Desert and Southern Rockies LCCs. The funding opportunity will provide up to $100,000 in Federal funding per project, with a 50/50 non-Federal cost share contribution required.
Presenter: Tom Allen, Old Dominion University
In partnership with the Southern Rockies and Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, we are pleased to announce several upcoming webinars for the Green River Basin Landscape Conservation Design (GRB LCD). The purpose of these webinars is to share several spatial data products developed by Conservation Science Partner and Northern Arizona University, and to invite feedback and questions on the data products.
Are you interested in conserving dry forests or savannah habitats?
Landscape Conservation Design brings people together around landscape-scale data in order to co-create strategies that conserve things we care about. What are some ways in which landscape-scale data can be used to assess the current and future condition of the landscape, as well as design landscapes for multiple uses? This presentation will focus on the use of spatial data to assess landscape condition, as well as prioritize areas on the landscape.
In 2016 and 2017, Fishers & Farmers Partnership For the Upper Mississippi River Basin piloted the Watershed Leaders Network. Two three-day, experiential workshops drew leadership teams from locally-led watershed groups in agricultural sub-basins of five Upper Mississippi River Basin states. The teams learned from each other, practiced communication skills, heard from experts, built relationships, and had time to identify an action plan for successful long-term work at home.
The Central Valley Landscape Conservation Project (CVLCP) aims to identify strategic climate-smart conservation actions in partnership with scientists and natural resource managers that will maximize the adaptive capacity of priority species, habitats, and ecosystems to support an ecologically connected Central Valley landscape. During the last two years, the CVLCP collaboration has engaged over 180 individuals and 33 organizations during five workshops.
Presented by Ray Wright, University of Missouri