Fact Sheets and Brochures

Preview image of Eastern Mojave LCD Progress Report - June 2018.pdf
June 12, 2018

The Eastern Mojave Conservation Collaborative aims to achieve lasting conservation outcomes in the Eastern Mojave Desert by promoting effective collaboration and leveraging existing resources.

Preview image of CCAST 1-pager August 2018.pdf
February 20, 2018

A case study is an example of an on-the-ground conservation project, monitoring and adaptive management program, collaborative conservation effort, or resource assessment project.

PDF icon CCAST 1-pager August 2018.pdf, PDF icon Assessing Hydrologic Effects of Erosion Control Structures at Babacomari Ranch.pdf, PDF icon Assessing the Impacts of Brush Management on Herbaceous Plant Diversity and Forage Production in Southern Arizona Grasslands.pdf, PDF icon Beat Back Buffelgrass_Trans-Jurisdictional, Volunteer-Driven Invasive Species Treatment.pdf, PDF icon Brush Treatment for Grassland Restoration as Part of an Adaptive Management Framework in the Cienega Creek Watershed.pdf, PDF icon Camera-Based Monitoring of the New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.pdf, PDF icon Cienega Watershed Erosion Management & Restoration Plan.pdf, PDF icon Climate and Land Cover Change Ecosystem Services Analysis_The Santa Cruz Watershed Ecosystem Portfolio Model.pdf, PDF icon Creating Refuge for Mohave Tui Chub at Mojave National Preserve .pdf, PDF icon Cuenca de los Ojos_Three Decades of Restoring Water Flows on Private Land in the U.S. and Mexico.pdf, PDF icon Desert Tortoise Habitat Restoration Methods for the Eastern Mojave.pdf, PDF icon Determining Prescribed Fire Compatibility with Masked Bobwhite Quail Habiat Rehabilitation.pdf, PDF icon Developing and Diversifying Funding for Riparian Restoration in the Southwest.pdf, PDF icon Employing Youth in Conservation at Borderlands Earth Care Youth Institute.pdf, PDF icon Fire Management Practices in the Saguaro Wilderness Area and the Gila-Aldo Leopold Wilderness Complex.pdf, PDF icon Green River Basin Landscape Conservation Design Project.pdf, PDF icon Kino Environmental Restoration Project_Stormwater Capture to Support Urban Ecosystems.pdf, PDF icon Landscape-Scale Monitoring of the Tamarisk Leaf Beetle.pdf, PDF icon Madrean Archipelago Plant Propagation Initiative_Implementing the National Seed Strategy on a Regional Scale.pdf, PDF icon Native Grass Hay Production for Multiple Benefits at the Cobra Ranch.pdf, PDF icon Over 30 Years of Brush Management on the Elkhorn Ranch.pdf, PDF icon Plant and Topsoil Salvage for Revegetation in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.pdf, PDF icon Post-Fire Watershed Restoration and Monitoring in the Chiricahua Mountains of Arizona.pdf, PDF icon Prescribed Burns for Grassland Management at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge.pdf, PDF icon Pronghorn-Friendly Fence Modifications in West Texas Grasslands.pdf, PDF icon Quantifying the Value of Ecosystem Services in Lower Sabino Creek.pdf, PDF icon Restoring Leopard Frog Habitat in Cienega Creek, Arizona.pdf, PDF icon Springs Inventory, Assessment, and Management Planning in the Sky Islands.pdf, PDF icon Strategic Upland Conservation Easements to Support Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge.pdf, PDF icon Treatment of Non-Native Lovegrasses at Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch.pdf, PDF icon US Highway 93 Wildlife Overpasses_Promoting Highway Permeability and Safety for Desert Bighorn Sheep.pdf, PDF icon Water Resources Management Planning_A Demonstration on the Upper Gila River.pdf, PDF icon Wildlife Corridors LLC_Preserving and Restoring Critical Habitat Linkages in the US-Mexico Borderlands.pdf
Preview image of CCAST 1-pager August 2018.pdf
February 20, 2018

A case study is an example of an on-the-ground conservation project, monitoring and adaptive management program, collaborative conservation effort, or resource assessment project.

PDF icon CCAST 1-pager August 2018.pdf, PDF icon Assessing Hydrologic Effects of Erosion Control Structures at Babacomari Ranch.pdf, PDF icon Assessing the Impacts of Brush Management on Herbaceous Plant Diversity and Forage Production in Southern Arizona Grasslands.pdf, PDF icon Beat Back Buffelgrass_Trans-Jurisdictional, Volunteer-Driven Invasive Species Treatment.pdf, PDF icon Brush Treatment for Grassland Restoration as Part of an Adaptive Management Framework in the Cienega Creek Watershed.pdf, PDF icon Camera-Based Monitoring of the New Mexico Meadow Jumping Mouse at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge.pdf, PDF icon Cienega Watershed Erosion Management & Restoration Plan.pdf, PDF icon Climate and Land Cover Change Ecosystem Services Analysis_The Santa Cruz Watershed Ecosystem Portfolio Model.pdf, PDF icon Creating Refuge for Mohave Tui Chub at Mojave National Preserve .pdf, PDF icon Cuenca de los Ojos_Three Decades of Restoring Water Flows on Private Land in the U.S. and Mexico.pdf, PDF icon Desert Tortoise Habitat Restoration Methods for the Eastern Mojave.pdf, PDF icon Determining Prescribed Fire Compatibility with Masked Bobwhite Quail Habiat Rehabilitation.pdf, PDF icon Developing and Diversifying Funding for Riparian Restoration in the Southwest.pdf, PDF icon Employing Youth in Conservation at Borderlands Earth Care Youth Institute.pdf, PDF icon Fire Management Practices in the Saguaro Wilderness Area and the Gila-Aldo Leopold Wilderness Complex.pdf, PDF icon Green River Basin Landscape Conservation Design Project.pdf, PDF icon Kino Environmental Restoration Project_Stormwater Capture to Support Urban Ecosystems.pdf, PDF icon Landscape-Scale Monitoring of the Tamarisk Leaf Beetle.pdf, PDF icon Madrean Archipelago Plant Propagation Initiative_Implementing the National Seed Strategy on a Regional Scale.pdf, PDF icon Native Grass Hay Production for Multiple Benefits at the Cobra Ranch.pdf, PDF icon Over 30 Years of Brush Management on the Elkhorn Ranch.pdf, PDF icon Plant and Topsoil Salvage for Revegetation in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.pdf, PDF icon Post-Fire Watershed Restoration and Monitoring in the Chiricahua Mountains of Arizona.pdf, PDF icon Prescribed Burns for Grassland Management at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge.pdf, PDF icon Pronghorn-Friendly Fence Modifications in West Texas Grasslands.pdf, PDF icon Quantifying the Value of Ecosystem Services in Lower Sabino Creek.pdf, PDF icon Restoring Leopard Frog Habitat in Cienega Creek, Arizona.pdf, PDF icon Springs Inventory, Assessment, and Management Planning in the Sky Islands.pdf, PDF icon Strategic Upland Conservation Easements to Support Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge.pdf, PDF icon Treatment of Non-Native Lovegrasses at Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch.pdf, PDF icon US Highway 93 Wildlife Overpasses_Promoting Highway Permeability and Safety for Desert Bighorn Sheep.pdf, PDF icon Water Resources Management Planning_A Demonstration on the Upper Gila River.pdf, PDF icon Wildlife Corridors LLC_Preserving and Restoring Critical Habitat Linkages in the US-Mexico Borderlands.pdf
Preview image of Concept Note.pdf
February 6, 2018

The Rio Grande/Río Bravo is the lifeline of the arid region that stretches across the southern United States and Mexico, and supplying drinking water for more that 6 million people, including numerous Native American tribes, and irrigating about 2 million acres of land.

Preview image of DESERT LCC PRIORITY STRESSORS BY ECOSYSTEM.pdf
September 26, 2017

DESERT LCC PRIORITY STRESSORS BY ECOSYSTEM: A PRODUCT OF THE LANDSCAPE-SCALE MONITORING TEAM

Preview image of Madrean Progress Update_June2017.pdf
August 21, 2017

The Madrean Watersheds area was selected as one of three Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) Landscape Conservation Design pilot areas in early 2016.

Preview image of UMGL_LCC_2Pg_Flyer_6_27_17_hires.pdf
June 28, 2017

This one-page double-sided flyer provides an introduction to the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes LCC and identifies the benefits of joining the community.

Preview image of PPP_LCC_2Pg_Flyer_6_27_17_hires.pdf
June 28, 2017

This one-page double-sided flyer provides an introduction to the Plains and Prairie Potholes LCC and identifies the benefits of joining the community.

Preview image of Beyond wood products-managed pine and wildlife.pdf
June 27, 2017

A research study entitled "Open Pine Habitat: Desired Ecological States Provided by Managed Forests" was jointly sponsored by the Gulf Coastal Plains & Ozarks Landscape Conservation Cooperative and... more

Preview image of IF application case study-Final.pdf
June 17, 2017

This is a case study developed to demonstrate how one of the innovative products developed by the Gulf Coastal Plains & Ozarks LCC for its partners assesses a wide variety of floodplain and river-associated habitats and is being used by numerous conservation partners.

Preview image of In Action GCPO FACTSHEET 1-2015.pdf
June 8, 2017

This is a good overview factsheet that describes the Gulf Coastal Plains & Ozarks LCC and its work.

Preview image of In Action Open Pine FACTSHEET 6-29-15.pdf
June 8, 2017

This factsheet summarizes five projects supported and coordinated by the LCC that focus on assessing the attributes of landscape patterns and forest conditions that make open pine beneficial to wildlife (including managed pine) and developing tools to assist landowners with forest management/... more

Preview image of Synthesis of LCC Gulf projects Apr8,2016.pdf
June 8, 2017

This 8-pager provides an overview of the coordinated and strategic portfolio of conservation research projects that have been funded by four Landscape Conservation Cooperatives along the Gulf of Mexico:  the Gulf Coast Prairie, Gulf Coastal Plains & Ozarks, South Atlantic, and Peninsular... more

Preview image of CPA FACTSHEET 4-2016.pdf
June 8, 2017

These two factsheets provide a summary of information about the Conservation Planning Atlas and why it was developed, as well as examples of how people are using the tool.

Preview image of Desert Springs Fact Sheet_07052017.pdf
February 21, 2017

The Desert LCC, neighboring Great Basin LCC and Southern Rockies LCC, are working with partners to identify and fund key projects that provide critical information to partners working to conserve springs.  To determine how best to ensure springs maintain water,  support a diversity of plants and... more

Preview image of NAS-LCC-Progress-Report Card.pdf
February 8, 2017

When the Review of the LCCs was released in December 2015, the LCC Network committed to reporting on our progress in responding to the National Academy of Sciences’ recommendations.

Appalachian LCC Science Support Videos
January 9, 2017

Discover how the Appalachian LCC’s new science tools can help you!

Preview image of HO5_AppLCC Funded Research and Science Products.pdf
January 4, 2017

This document provides a synthesis of all Appalachian LCC funded research project deliverables such as decision support tools, data layers, final reports, and other vital information that will help plan and manage for the conservation of aquatic and terrestrial systems throughout the region.

Preview image of Extreme Weather Part I Drought_KAJ_12-07-2016.pdf
December 22, 2016

Drought is a natural part of the landscape in many regions of the United States (USA). The USA has experienced periodic, severe droughts over many millennia, as documented by paleoclimatic evidence.

Preview image of 2016-08_GreatBasinFactsheetSeries.pdf
October 26, 2016

Land managers are responsible for developing effective strategies for conserving and restoring Great Basin ecosystems in the face of invasive species, conifer expansion, and altered fire regimes.

Preview image of HITAI-Factsheet.pdf
September 28, 2016

The Pacific Islands Climate Change Cooperative (PICCC) created the Hawaiian Islands Terrestrial Adaptation Initiative (HITAI) to develop science-based syntheses of climate impacts on, and adaptation options for, terrestrial and freshwater resources on each of the main Hawaiian Islands.

September 5, 2016

The LCC Network Story Map showcases 22 stories from the 22 LCCs and features signature projects that demonstrate the breadth and depth of partner-driven accomplishments. The map works best... more

Preview image of Tab 6c_Monarch Briefing on Urban LCD.pdf
August 5, 2016

This informational flyer provides a definition of Landscape Conservation Design and provides more information on the Urban Monarch LCD along with the products that it will produce.

Preview image of 2016_0627_networking_one_sheet_final (1).pdf
July 6, 2016

The Great Basin LCC advances conservation in the region by bridging organizations with different mandates and resources. It facilitates collaboration among its partner organizations and finds efficiencies between their programs.

Preview image of ghi_two_page_flyer.pdf
May 25, 2016

A two-page overview of the multi-LCC Mississippi River Basin / Gulf Hypoxia Initiative covering the goals, objectives, and next steps for the Initiative.

Preview image of LCCNetwork_Lookout_April2016.pdf
April 22, 2016

We're pleased to share with you the April issue of the LCC Network Lookout, our updated e-newsletter highlighting the latest stories from the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives and partners. 

Preview image of ABSI_Flyer.pdf
September 28, 2015

A single-page, introductory flier summarizing the Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands LCCs  mission, goals, geography, etc.

Preview image of SALCC_Intro_Factsheet.pdf
September 25, 2015

The South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) is a partnership of federal, state, nonprofit, and private organizations dedicated to conserving a landscape capable of sustaining the nation’s natural and cultural resources for current and future generations. 

Preview image of NaturalResourcesinChangingEnvironment_updated Mar2017.pdf
September 22, 2015

This factsheet describes how federal agencies are coordinating across climate partnership networks to provide context-specific data, information, and tools for decision makers to improve practices and make risk management and adaptation decisions that are climate- and weather-sensitive.

Preview image of LCC_brochure.pdf
September 2, 2015

This brochure explains how Landscape Conservation Cooperatives provide a way for States, Tribes, Federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, universities, natural resource-dependent businesses, private landowners, and other conservation partners to work together in a new way to address... more

Preview image of in-action-gcp-factsheet-2-2015.pdf
February 20, 2015

A single-page fact sheet describing the purpose, approach and key partners for conservation action in the Gulf Coast Prairie Landscape Conservation Cooperative.

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August 15, 2014

A fact sheet detailing the focal species and associated habitats of the Gulf Coast Prairie Landscape Conservation Cooperative.

The focal species for the Gulf Coast Prairie Landscape Conservation Cooperative are:

Preview image of applcc-fact-sheet.pdf
August 11, 2014

Today a range of monumental conservation challenges confronts the Appalachians. This includes the loss and fragmentation of natural habitats; disruptions in natural disturbance regimes; and expanding major land-use changes that are occurring on a grand scale.

Preview image of DLCC Fact Sheet.English.12-1-2016.pdf
December 10, 2013

What is a Landscape Conservation Cooperative?

Preview image of 2013 RFP project selection overview.pdf
November 21, 2013

This provides a summary of the 9 projects selected for funding in response to the Gulf Coastal Plains & Ozarks' Request for Proposals issued in 2013.  

Preview image of In Action Alligator Gar Factsheet 12-2014.pdf
January 1, 2013

This factsheet describes an innovative dataset developed by the GCPO LCC, which has been used to develop a spawning habitat model for alligator gar. 

Preview image of MissouriRiver_PPPLCCproject1.pdf
July 13, 2012
Hydrogeomorphic Restoration /Management Methodology (HGRM) is being applied along 670 miles of the river from Decatur, Nebraska to St. Louis, Missouri. Using this method, engineers and ecologists are examining the restoration and management potential of this regulated, yet still untamed system.
Preview image of GPLCC_fact_sheet.pdf
October 1, 2011

The Great Plains Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GPLCC) is a partnership that provides applied science and decision support tools to assist natural resource managers in their efforts to conserve plant, fish, and wildlife in the mid- and short-grass prairie of the southern Great Plains.

Preview image of GPLCC_fact_sheet.pdf
October 1, 2011

The Great Plains Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GPLCC) is a partnership that provides applied science and decision support tools to assist natural resource managers in their efforts to conserve plant, fish, and wildlife in the mid- and short-grass prairie of the southern Great Plains.

Preview image of UMGL-FY11-FinalProjects-updated-6-26-11.pdf
June 8, 2011

The Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative geographic area transcends a variety of boundaries and borders.