LCC Strategic Plans
The success of the LCC Network depends upon the success of the individual LCCs in addressing the conservation needs most important within their geographies as well as the LCCs’ collective ability to tackle conservation priorities at even broader geographic scales.
Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands
Formed in early 2012, the Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands Landscape Conservation Cooperative (ABSI) promotes applied science to inform conservation of natural and cultural resources in the face of climate change and other landscape-scale stressors.
In order to focus our effort on science needs common to multiple to managers we initiated a strategic science planning process for the ABSI region in 2011. We began by compiling over 50 existing research and management plans relevant to the Aleutians and Bering Sea. These plans range from... more
English: This Governance Document outlines the mission and goals of the Desert LCC along with its governance structure. The document may be modified, as necessary, by consensus of the Steering Committee. This is one of three foundation documents for the Desert LCC.
This Operations Plan describes the strategic direction of the Desert LCC. This is a visionary document and is designed to be fully implemented over the next 5 years. It will be reviewed annually and updated, as necessary, by consensus of the Steering Committee.
Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers
This plan includes the Great Basin LCC’s updated vision and mission statement and sets out the key goals and objectives for the organization over the next five years.
The GNLCC Science Plan builds off the Governance Charter and Strategic Conservation Framework. The Science Plan explains and instructs how to apply the Conservation Framework and achieve landscape goals through an adaptive management approach by describing:
The purpose of this strategic conservation framework is to articulate the rationale, approach, and priorities for the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GNLCC) that reflects the unique geography and regional natural resource issues.
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... more
Gulf Coast Prairie
This Development and Operations Plan (plan) is a living document which is expected to evolve as the Gulf Coast Prairie Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GCP LCC) partners engage, dialogue, and mature. The plan provides a platform from which to operate in a new era of conservation.
Gulf Coastal Plains and Ozarks
The Northwest Boreal Landscape Conservation Cooperative (NWB LCC) is a voluntary, diverse, self-directed management-science partnership, informing and promoting integrated science, sustainable natural and cultural resource management, and conservation to address impacts of climate change and... more
Strategic themes were developed to identify over-arching or cross-cutting issues and needs that transcend individual goals or objectives and warrant consideration in all aspects of the PFLCC conservation strategy.
The University of Florida, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S.
Plains and Prairie Potholes
The Landscape Conservation Cooperative undertakes work specific to the needs of the geography and collaborators. This strategic plan documents the vison, mission, guiding principles, and goals of the PPP LCC.
Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative Fiscal Year 2015 Applied Science and Capacity Needs
Upper Midwest and Great Lakes
This draft document identifies and defines the responsibilities of and procedures to be followed by the four main components of the LCC Structure: the Steering Committee, Strategic Subcommittees, Work Groups and Work Group Task Teams, and LCC Staff.
This document serves as the guiding document for the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes LCC for the next five years.
We prioritize our efforts based on decision maker’s science needs and on opportunities to leverage our resources.
This document describes the major activities the Western Alaska Landscape Conservation Cooperative (Western Alaska LCC) will undertake during the federal fiscal years (FY) of 2014 and 2015 (FY14 and FY15), summarizing their rationale and key components.