Heather Lessig

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Stream corridors maintain one of the rarest butterflies in the Southeast

Historically, longleaf pine woodlands covered much of the southeastern United States.  These woodlands were harvested and converted to agriculture so that now longleaf pine woodlands cover just a few percent of their former extent.  Much of the remaining large patches of longleaf pine woodlands are isolated to federal (often military) lands and state parks and [...]

By |December 14th, 2012|Member Blog|Comments Off on Stream corridors maintain one of the rarest butterflies in the Southeast

New website on corridors and connectivity launches

Landscape corridors are playing a larger role in conservation strategies, especially in light of challenges from habitat fragmentation caused by climate change and urbanization.  In an effort to bridge the gap between the science of corridors and its practical application in conservation management, we have developed a new website, www.conservationcorridor.org.  The aim of this website [...]

By |October 25th, 2012|Member Blog|Comments Off on New website on corridors and connectivity launches