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2019 Annual Report Newsletters & Annual Reports
2019
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2019 Annual Report News & Updates
2019 Report

Introducing: 2019 Annual Report

The Center is pleased to announce the release of our first-ever annual report. ... Read more >

Introducing: 2019 Annual Report

The Center is pleased to announce the release of our first-ever annual report. This report sheds light on our efforts and impact throughout 2019, including what we did, where we worked, and how we engaged. Inside, you’ll find numbers and highlights from our work over the past year, and stories we gathered along the way. Learn how we have continued dedicating ourselves to increased connectivity, and how we will keep fighting for a more connected landscape in a new decade. 

Thank you for joining us in this journey.

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2019 Fall Newsletter Newsletters & Annual Reports
2019
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2020 Spring Newsletter Newsletters & Annual Reports
2020

Learn about spring 2020 updates at the Center, including travel, community awards, policy wins, and more. 

Learn about spring 2020 updates at the Center, including travel, community awards, policy wins, and more. 

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2020 Summer Newsletter Newsletters & Annual Reports
2020
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A Checklist for Ecological Management of Landscapes for ConservationLindenmayer, D., Hobbs, RJ., Montague- Drake, R., Alexandra, J., Bennett, A. International Connectivity
2007 Article

This article makes an assessment of the major themes and issues related to Ecology and Conservation. Highlights the importance of ... Read more >

This article makes an assessment of the major themes and issues related to Ecology and Conservation. Highlights the importance of landscape mosaics, interactions between vegetation cover and vegetation configuration, using an appropriate landscape conceptual model, and maintaining the capacity to recover from disturbance; lay out management approaches in an adaptive framework; and propose areas for future research.

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A Conservation Prioritization Tool for the Missouri Headwaters BasinCreech, T., McClure, M., & van Rees, C. Community Resilience
2018 Guidebook

This prioritization tool and user guide are the products of a project funded by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation ... Read more >

This prioritization tool and user guide are the products of a project funded by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to support, integrate, and build on existing efforts towards terrestrial and freshwater management in the Missouri Headwaters Basin (MHB) of southwestern Montana and northwestern Wyoming. The objectives of the project were to (1) examine how joint actions can be prioritized and applied on the ground, and (2) pilot a repeatable approach that can be applied to other areas.

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A Framework for Developing Connectivity Targets and Indicators to Guide Global Conservation EffortsBeier, P., Belote, RT., Creech, T., Tabor, G., Wurtzebach, Z. International Connectivity
Corridors & Crossings
2019 Paper
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A Landscape of Connectivity: Priority Corridors for Biodiversity and Communities in a Time of Climate ChangeConnectivity Policy Coalition Corridors & Crossings
2014 Brief

This document introduces high priority wildlife habitat regions in the United States, in addition to the major wildlife corridors that ... Read more >

This document introduces high priority wildlife habitat regions in the United States, in addition to the major wildlife corridors that connect them.

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A Spatial Prioritization Tool for Integrating Terrestrial and Freshwater Conservation to Support Ecological Integrity in the Missouri Headwaters BasinCreech, T., McClure, M., & C. van Rees. Corridors & Crossings
2018 Report & Analysis

This prioritization tool and guide are the products of a project funded by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to ... Read more >

This prioritization tool and guide are the products of a project funded by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to support, integrate, and build on existing efforts towards terrestrial and freshwater management in the Missouri Headwaters Basin of southwestern Montana and northwestern Wyoming. The objectives of the project were: 1) to examine how joint actions can be prioritized and applied on the ground; and 2) pilot a repeatable approach that can be applied to other areas.

The tool comes with a Quickstart Guide, and a Project Summary User Guide.

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