Our 2016 Annual Report highlights progress in priority areas identified by our partnership -- Aquatic Connectivity, Coastal and Community Resilience, At-Risk Species, Landscape Conservation Initiatives, and Science Delivery -- through stories showing how people are using data and tools to advance their work in conservation.
A project to inventory modifications to beach and tidal inlet habitats from Maine to Virginia before and after Hurricane Sandy, and three years after post-storm recovery efforts, has been highlighted by a news service that focuses on the coastal issues in North Carolina.
Shared database gives partners in Maine a central repository for stream temperature data and new opportunities to use that information to identify management and restoration priorities.
During a three-day meeting in Amherst, Mass., State Wildlife Action Plan coordinators from 12 states looked for new opportunities to work together with plans better designed to foster regional collaboration.
The new Buffam Woods Community Forest in Pelham, Mass., falls within the network of conservation priorities identified by the Connect the Connecticut landscape conservation design project.
With support from the Open Space Institute, a partnership of eight land trusts in Maine is building stronger relationships with its neighbors based on a foundation of the best data in the region.
A new report released by partners at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Council on the Ocean and the Environmental Law Institute catalogs best practices for identifying and prioritizing wetland restoration efforts to optimize community risk reduction and resilience in the face of climate change.
The Chesapeake Bay Program has released the latest report on ecosystem health and restoration in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
The landscape conservation design for the Connecticut River watershed is helping bring attention to headwater habitat in Palmer, Massachusetts.
The Wildlife Conservation Society Adirondack Program has developed a new gallery on Data Basin that provides access to the best available information in the region on locally occurring natural resources in the Empire State.