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.
Presentations and posters
John Devney presents a program (Working Wetlands) that Delta Waterfowl has been working on for the past few years which has been guided significantly by input from North Dakota waterfowl and wetland experts as well as North Dakota agricultural group leadership.
This poster was presented at the "Quail 8" conference, a Joint Quail Conference of the 23rd Annual National Bobwhite Technical Committee Meeting and Eighth National Quail Symposium, held in Knoxville, TN July 25-28, 2017.
This slide library, provided by the Midwest Perennial Forage Working Group, originated from a 2015 project that produced a series of six webinars for grazing educators in the Upper Mississippi River Basin.
Downloadable poster of the LCC Network's Vision.
This is a recording of a presentation on the Gulf Hypoxia Initiative delivered by Easten Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers LCC Science Coordinator Gwen White at the 2016 International American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting... more
Discover how the Appalachian LCC’s new science tools can help you!
Most people can quickly explain what they do, but what about why they do it?
Adapting to climate change can be manageable if it is planned early and if it is implemented in appropriate steps. The Adapting to Climate Change Video Series provides an introduction to living with climate change on the BC Coast, with special attention to three subject areas:
What is the Great Basin LCC? What makes us unique, and where are we going? These questions and more are answered in this short video.
The South Atlantic LCC square and rectangular logos.
Appalachian LCC Coordinator Jean Brennan, National LCC Coordinator Elsa Haubold, and National LCC Communication Coordinator Laura Maclean participated in a live broadcast that provided an update on the work of Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) to environmental educators.
Anne discusses her involvement in the Plains and Prairie Potholes Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC).
In October 2012, conservation experts from the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative proposed priorities for science and collaboration to guide conservation research and future investments by the LCC and its partners.
The National Fish Habitat Partnership works to conserve fish habitat nationwide, leveraging federal, state, and private funding sources to achieve the greatest impact on fish populations through priority conservation projects.
Maureen Gallagher and Steve Krentz, project investigators for the Plains and Prairie Potholes Landscape Conservation Cooperative, are producing a GIS tool that will allow users to identify the habitat conditions of specific sections of streams and rivers and predict biological responses to... more
Carmen Thomson represents the National Park Service on the Plains and Prairie Potholes Landscape Conservation Cooperative technical committee.
William Gascoigne with the U.S. Geological Survey is investigating the economic contribution of conserved habitat lands to the economy in the Prairie Pothole Region (PPR) of the U.S.
Wayne Nelson-Stastny, coordinator for the Missouri River Natural Resources Committee, discussing how the Plains and Prairie Potholes Landscape Conservation Cooperative is connecting not only our perspectives of natural resources, but people as well.
Mike Olson, Plains & Prairie Potholes LCC
Dr. Dave Theobald, Colorado State University
Ulalia Woodside, Pacific Islands CCC
Dr. Bruce A. Stein, National Wildlife Federation
Scott Robinson, Southeastern Aquatic Resources Partnership
Deb Finch, USDA Forest Service
Raul Morales, Bureau of Land Management
Greg Balogh, Arctic LCC – Part I: Tundra to Tropics Part I
Jeff Burgett, Pacific Islands CCC - Part II: Tundra to Tropics Part II
Krista Karstensen and Mark Drummond, USGS