“The Network for Landscape Conservation is pleased to announce 13 grant awards for Partnerships working to implement community-grounded conservation at the necessary landscape scale. The funding support will enable each of these Partnerships to accelerate their efforts to build enduring, place-based, collaborative conservation efforts that protect the ecological, cultural, and community health of the landscapes they call home.
These grants are intended to help these Partnerships build critical capacity by supporting the collaborative process and advancing key Partnership building block activities to strengthen the Partnership and accelerate conservation progress.
A full list and description of the 2019 grant recipients can be downloaded here.“
This year’s recipients are:
- Alabama River Diversity Network
- Camas to Condors Partnership
- Greater Baltimore Wilderness Coalition
- Emerald Alliance for People, Nature, and Community
- Eno-New Hope Landscape Conservation Group
- Natural Treasures Alliance
- New York Highlands Network
- Oconee Watershed Partnership
- Safe Water Conservation Collaborative
- Santa Cruz Watershed Collaborative
- Tásmam Koyóm Land Partnership
- Upper Willamette Stewardship Network
- Wishpush Working Group
Explore the details and description of each 2019 grant award by clicking here and scrolling to the bottom of the page.
The Network for Landscape Conservation advances collaborative, cross border conservation as an essential approach to connect and protect nature, culture, and community. Learn more about the Network here.
The Network is fiscally sponsored by the Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Learn more about the Center here.