The Gulf Coast Prairie has just extended the closing date for applications for a Landscape Conservation Design position to Oct 15. This is part of a large multi-LCC effort addressing gulf hypoxia. Here’s some more info directly from the announcement:

” Incumbent will be responsible for leading efforts in landscape conservation design (LCD) for the GCP LCC and for using this information to help advance climate change adaptation strategies and restoration activities on the Gulf Coast. Landscape conservation design (LCD) is the process of setting conservation goals for various resources, developing and applying GIS to assess current status of those resources, and building geospatial information to help identify what actions need to be taken and where to achieve conservation goals. The incumbent will be responsible for coordinating those efforts with three (3) Gulf Coast LCCs (Gulf Coastal Plains and Ozarks, South Atlantic and Peninsular Florida) and the two other Southwest Region LCCs (Great Plains and Desert). This position will act as a technical and scientific leader and coordinator responsible for the design, development, coordination and administration of a multi-partner landscape conservation design team (LCDT)”

Read the full announcement