Summertiiiiiiiime, and the livin' is easy. The fish are jumpin', the cotton is high, and the next three months of web forums are scheduled! Tune in on the third Thursday of each month at 10 am. >>Click here for an interactive pdf of the flyer, with functioning links.
The Southeast Blueprint will be showcased at the 2019 Gulf of Mexico Alliance all-hands meeting next week
Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge in Alabama. Photo by Ken Ratcliffe, Flickr. CC by 2.0. Don't let the "Atlantic" in "South Atlantic" mislead you---the South Atlantic Blueprint covers a critical piece of the Gulf, the Big Bend of Florida. And the All Hands meeting for the Gulf of Mexico Alliance is coming up [...]
Shared from Hilary's post on the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS) blog This fall’s SEAFWA annual conference will be held from October 27-30th in Hilton Head, SC. This year, the conference will include three special symposia with connections to SECAS. If you’re thinking of attending, consider marking your calendar! The SECAS 10% Goal: How Do We Get There? [...]
Spring has sprung, and you know what that means! It's time for every plant in the northern hemisphere to release a choking cloud of pollen designed to reduce the human race to a sniffy, sneezy mess! And also, there's a new set of Third Thursday Web Forum speakers to look forward to. Tune in on the [...]
I'm so pleased to unveil a new resource to help you use the Blueprint---an online user guide! We made one for the South Atlantic Blueprint, to support grants and inform decisions in the South Atlantic geography. We also made a separate one for the Southeast Blueprint, for Blueprint uses that extend beyond the South Atlantic into [...]
The government shutdown threw a wrench in our Third Thursday Web Forum lineup this winter. We've rescheduled the January talk for February and updated the flyer. Hope you'll join us! >>Click here for an interactive pdf of the flyer, with functioning links.
State of the South Atlantic and Blueprint featured in “Recommended Practices for Landscape Conservation Design” guide
The State of the South Atlantic and the South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint are featured in the "Recommended Practices for Landscape Conservation Design" guide released just this week. Landscape Conservation Design, or LCD, refers to a collaborative approach to spatial conservation planning across a large area---the same sort of process we've used to develop the Blueprint [...]
You might remember my post back in August covering an update to the "SECAS in Action" story map. I'm happy to say the rest of the website wasn't far behind! The website keeps the same look and feel. We've just refreshed the content to reflect the most current information about SECAS, the Southeast Blueprint, how [...]
This summer has flown by! It's hard to believe that it's already time to share our fall Third Thursday Web Forum schedule. We have some really interesting topics lined up for September, October, and November. I hope you'll tune in on the Third Thursday of each month at 10 am. >>Click here for an interactive [...]
The Nature Conservancy in South Carolina uses the Southeast Blueprint to identify their statewide priorities
Earlier this year, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in South Carolina started using the Southeast Blueprint to inform an update of their South Carolina Conservation Vision, which is their statewide map of conservation priorities. The state of South Carolina contains two different Blueprints---the South Atlantic Blueprint and the Appalachian NatureScape Merged Design. The Southeast Blueprint provided [...]