We are pleased to announce the release of our 2021 Annual Report and are proud to share with you a few of our noteworthy accomplishments from the past year. From on-the-ground projects and cutting-edge research to our influence on state, national, and international conservation policy, these are efforts that you—our community of supporters—helped make possible. In addition, we celebrate the ways in which we have successfully connected people and landscapes in the last ten years since becoming an independent nonprofit organization.
In the 2021 Annual Report, you can read:
- 10-Year Timeline: major milestones of the last decade
- Project updates from our Corridors & Crossings, International Connectivity, and Community Resilience programs
- Spotlight on the USAID-funded Linear Infrastructure Safeguards in Asia (LISA) Project, to inform the development of wildlife-friendly roads, railways, and power lines
- Our financial statements for Fiscal Year 2021
- A look at what we’re doing to embrace diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice through a holistic approach to conservation
“Protected areas alone cannot shoulder conservation if they are too small or isolated. To save our Earth, conservation must happen on all lands and waters. From the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem to the great ecosystems around the world, you will find the Center for Large Landscape Conservation helping local communities preserve healthy, connected landscapes so humans and wildlife can thrive. Join us as a conservation connector and help us achieve boundless results during our next ten years.”Gary Tabor, Founder & President