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Appalachian LCC and U.S. Forest Service launch “ecosystem benefits and risks” website

Appalachian communities often place value on the unique sense of place that comes from living in largely forested areas, but rapid urbanization, energy development, and climate change can put these values at risk. Photo by Ralph Preston. Matt Cimitile, Appalachian LCC; Stephanie Worley Firley, U.S. Forest Service; David Eisenhower, U.S. Fish and Wildlife [...]

By |June 9th, 2016|Member Blog|Comments Off on Appalachian LCC and U.S. Forest Service launch “ecosystem benefits and risks” website

Army Corps investment will improve Blueprint and renewable energy connection

There's a ton a great stuff going on lately throughout the South Atlantic. So much that I've gotten a little behind catching you up on a few exciting developments. One of those developments is some funding from the Army Corps that will improve the Blueprint and renewable energy connection. Many of you know that there [...]

By |January 8th, 2016|Featured, Staff Blog|Comments Off on Army Corps investment will improve Blueprint and renewable energy connection

SEACAP results complete!

As the champagne corks popped to welcome in 2015, the SEACAP team had other reason to celebrate, as well: the completion of the Southeast Aquatic Connectivity Assessment Project.  Following a two year effort involving staff from The Nature Conservancy and SARP and an advisory workgroup of over 50 people, these products are now available online [...]

By |February 18th, 2015|Member Blog|Comments Off on SEACAP results complete!