We are at a critical point in the journey. The 2017 Salmon Recovery Conference can help set the direction for the next 15 years. Be a part of it!
The Spring 2017 meeting will take place in Norfolk, Va., on Wednesday, April 12th.
Penobscot SHRU Focused
Learn how the status and condition of sandy beach and tidal inlet habitats in 2015 compares to pre-Hurricane Sandy baseline conditions from Maine to North Carolina.
USGS meeting on regional stream temperature database and associated tools.
Open Space Institute hosts a presentation by the 12 Rivers Initiative on lessons learned from incorporating climate change into regional conservation planning.
If you live, fish, hunt, or boat on Graham Lake and love the Upper Union River, your voice matters and you are encouraged to attend. Please join your neighbors from around Graham Lake to discuss the current status of the federal relicensing process of the Leonard and Graham Lake hydropower dams.
Part of the Northeast Climate Science Center’s fall webinar series, this presentation will provide an overview of the current state of knowledge of climate-induced shifts in marine and coastal phenology, with a focus on U.S. Northeast Atlantic ecosystems.
The Vermont Monitoring Cooperative's annual conference will focus on forests at the watershed scale, with a particular lens on managing forests to maintain critical the functions they provide across an entire landscape.
Join us for presentations by folks from USGS, EPA and INRS-ETE to share how they have established stream temperature networks and how they're applying this data at a landscape scale. We'll be discussing updates to the SHEDS database as well as an overview of our accomplishments from the 2016 field season.
A presentation for the Northeast Climate Science Center fall 2016 webinar series.
Join regional conservation professionals from state and federal agencies, nonprofit organizations, and land trusts for an annual gathering hosted by the Highstead Foundation. This year’s theme is the “Power of Teamwork to Advance Regional Conservation”.
A team of county, state, and federal partners working to set habitat goals for priority resources in the Chesapeake Bay watershed will meet to discuss next steps, including using products from Regional Conservation Opportunity Areas Version 1.0 to inform a conservation design for the watershed.
Learn how researchers are analyzing data from piping plover resight reports to gather information that can inform conservation on the ground.
Following up to the review period for the first iteration of data and tools from a Northeast Regional Landscape Conservation Design, the North Atlantic LCC will host an online forum to share what we have learned, and discuss next steps for refining the products.
This month-long webinar series is designed to introduce technically capable users from states, FWS, and other partners, to Version 1.0 products of a regional landscape conservation design, and to provide these users an opportunity to help improve the products by reviewing and testing them.
Researchers from US Geological Survey describe a Hurricane-Sandy funded project investigating the effects of sea-level rise on shorebird habitat using data collected with the iPlover smartphone application.
Partners from the Saltmarsh Habitat Avian Research Program (SHARP) will present preliminary findings from their collaborative effort to assess risks and set response priorities for tidal-marsh dependent bird species from Virginia to maritime Canada.
The goal of this workshop is to review RCOA version 1.0 in preparation for roll-out and review by state agencies, LCC teams, and partners.
The National Wildlife Federation will provide remote access to an upcoming workshop on enhancing coastal resilience in the Mid-Atlantic region.