Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative Fiscal Year 2015 Applied Science and Capacity Needs
This document is the product of an August 2014 workshop focused on defining a landscape approach to the Mississippi River Basin and Gulf hypoxia.
The Grasslands - Landscape Conservation Design approach outlined in this report is centered on a set of actions and principles that will help resource agencies and stakeholders work collaboratively to identify Great Plains Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GPLCC) landscape goals and management...
In partnership with State and Tribal agencies, the Obama Administration today released the Nation’s first strategy to help public and private decision makers address the impacts that climate change is having on natural resources and the people and economies that depend on them.
This document provides the foundation for the LCC Science Coordinators Team, or LSCT.
In 2012, The Nature Conservancy published “Talking Big: Lessons Learned from a 9,000 Hectare Restoration in the Northern Tallgrass Prairie” in the online, peer reviewed journal Sustainability. The Plains and Prairie Potholes LCC provided support and and guidance to the larger project...
2013 Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative Draft Communications Plan
Updated: August 17, 2012
The Conservation Cooperative is a broad-based partnership of organizations concerned with the conservation of natural and cultural resources, including fish and wildlife; their associated habitats; ecosystem function and resiliency and maintaining sustainable landscapes within the region.
Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative Governance Document - September 2011
Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative 2011 Operating Plan
This Charter, developed in June 2011, provides for mission, organization scope, steering committee composition and responsibilities, and other topics in order to frame the governance structure of the Great Plains Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GPLCC).
This preliminary action plan was developed in December 2009 as a starting point to outline the form and function of the Great Plains LCC.
These documents provide the foundation for the LCC Coordinators Team, or LCT.
This guidance document explains how LCCs and Climate Science Centers (CSCs) will function to integrate science and management expertise to provide information on best management practices in order to support strategic adaptation and mitigation efforts across the U.S. and internationally.
In signing Secretarial Order No. 3289 on Sept. 14, 2009, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar directed Department of the Interior bureaus to stimulate the development of the LCC network as a response to landscape-scale stressors, including climate change.