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File Troff document Rare Plants Prioritization Report
Anne Frances, NatureServe Revised December 2017
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Northeast aquatic habitat map now crosses Canadian border
A new seamless freshwater classification is available to help conservation partners on both sides of the border align efforts to protect freshwater ecosystems in the face of change.
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Science Seminar: Important Stopover Sites for Migratory Landbirds
Learn about an innovative project that uses an analysis of radar data to identify important stopover sites for migratory birds.
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Are you planning for future seed needs?
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Seed Bank has developed a new survey of Native Plant and Seed Use in the Eastern United States to help them understand how best to support real-world needs of professionals in conservation and horticulture.
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Roads, runoff, and evolution
Learn about new research into the evolutionary impacts that roads have on wildlife populations.
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How healthy are coastal habitats?
A diverse team of experts recently completed the first landscape scale assessment of coastal habitats for the Long Island Sound Estuary.
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File PDF document Sprawl: A regional model for urban growth
Science Seminar led by Ethan Plunkett from the Designing Sustainable Landscapes (DSL) project at the University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Partners in Maine search for cold water with shared regional database
The LCC-supported SHEDS database is helping partners identify sweet spots for species like Atlantic salmon that depend on cold water and define Maine's natural heritage.
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File PDF document Search Party
Feature story on Maine Stream Temperature Working Group in Fall 2017 issue of FWS News
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For Regional Conservation Partnerships, Nature’s Network offers new perspective on familiar places
At the annual Regional Conservation Partnerships (RCPs) Gathering hosted by the Highstead Foundation in Nashua, N.H., practitioners had the opportunity to learn how thinking big can support local conservation during a session on Nature’s Network, in which panelists shared examples of how different partners working at multiple scales are using regional data to refine strategic conservation planning.
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