Recommended Practices for Landscape Conservation Design
, released by the LCC Network.
Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies adopts landscape conservation resolution at annual meeting—and issues an addendum to its March 2018 Landscape Conservation Collaboration White Paper.
The 2018 election cycle reaffirms broad public support for conservation: 49 of 58 conservation ballot measures were approved in November, providing an estimated $3.2 billion in new funding for conservation.
New report explores how private and public capital can combine in securing sustainable water supplies and improving freshwater ecosystems at the landscape level.
Living Landscape Observer
publishes reflection piece on the challenge of conserving cultural resources at the landscape scale.
New report from the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy reviews State Wildlife Action Plans to assess how climate change adaptation is addressed.
How a river is bridging political and geographical gaps:
article highlights the collaboration of more than 80 mayors in the Mississippi River Cities and Town Initiative to promote ecological health and sustainable economies throughout the watershed.
Meeting of the Minds
article spotlights the Akron Civic Commons initiative, offering a powerful example and lessons learned on how shared public spaces—trails, parks, and community centers—can foster trust.
The Center for Large Landscape Conservation releases new guidebook targeted to help Montana communities understand the intersection of human health and climate change at the landscape scale.
The Nature of Cities
article explores a case study in Portland, Oregon to underscore the collaborative and long-term perspective necessary for landscape conservation and restoration.
In new booklet,
Finding Balance at the Speed of Trust
, Peter Forbes shares the story of the Sustainable Southeast Partnership, a deep collaborative group working to achieve cultural, ecological, and economic prosperity for Southeast Alaska.
The Wildlands Network continues to campaign for the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act.
New study uses satellite imaging to track land use change since 1992, capturing striking changes in land use and widespread environmental degradation.
opinion piece explores the challenge and opportunity of urban places for nature conservation.
New Rural Voices for Conservation Coalition report reviews current status of Good Neighbor Authority in six Western states, identifying common themes and important implications.
article highlights the Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks recommendation on Department of Interior protection of four priority wildlife migration corridors.
Wild Migrations: Atlas of Wyoming’s Ungulates
, offers comprehensive understanding of ungulate migrations in Wyoming.
Comment article in
calls for a global response to the protection of the Earth’s remaining intact ecosystems.
The Living Land
story map explores how humans use the Earth’s limited land space.
highlights the Monarch Butterfly Habitat Exchange initiative, and the Environmental Defense Fund’s efforts to partner with private landowners and agricultural companies to restore at scale butterfly habitat along its migration path.