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ConnectingLandscapes.org is a resource to help practitioners improve habitat connectivity. This sub-site of LandScope America takes you step-by-step through scoping, analyzing, and planning any project aimed at increasing habitat connectivity.
Planning for Success: Incorporating Plants, Midwest Habitats, and Connectivity into State Wildlife Action Plans
Support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation allowed NatureServe and key network members to complete a four year project to improve State Wildlife Action Plans by incorporating plant conservation information, midwestern habitat maps, and landscape connectivity information.
How the U.S. Southwest is Changing
We recently mapped expected changes across two large regions of the Southwestern U.S.: the Mojave Desert and Great Basin. The assessment, conducted for the Bureau of Land Management, predicted impacts through the year 2060.
Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2014, Call for Presentations
NatureServe invites network members, partners, and other members of the biodiversity science and conservation community to submit proposals for symposiums, workshops, panels, presentations, and posters for BWB 2014. Hurry, time is running out!
Healy Hamilton appointed as NatureServe's new chief scientist
Accomplished biologist and cutting-edge researcher with ties to Latin America will join the organization as vice president of conservation science and chief scientist following a decade with the California Academy of Sciences. Read release in English or Spanish.
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