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Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act Press ReleaseCenter for Large Landscape Conservation, Defenders of Wildlife, Endangered Species Coalition, E.o. Wilson Biodiversity Foundtaion, Humane Society Legislative Fund, International Fund for Animal Welfare, National Parks Conservation Association, Wildlands Network, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative Policy & Law
Corridors & Crossings
2020 Legislation

Landmark bipartisan legislation to protect wildlife corridors passes the U.S. House of Representatives.

Landmark bipartisan legislation to protect wildlife corridors passes the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Press Release: IUCN Guidelines for Connectivity ConservationCenter for Large Landscape Conservation International Connectivity
2020 Press and Media

Guidelines for protecting the interconnections of nature to enhance protected areas, conserve biodiversity, and increase resilience to climate change.

Guidelines for protecting the interconnections of nature to enhance protected areas, conserve biodiversity, and increase resilience to climate change.

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Pervasive human-driven decline of life on Earth points to the need for transformative change International Connectivity
2020

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INVEST Act Press ReleaseCenter for Large Landscape Conservation, Defenders of Wildlife, Endangered Species Coalition, Humane Society Legislative Fund, International Fund for Animal Welfare, National Parks Conservation Association, Wildlands Network, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative Policy & Law
Corridors & Crossings
2020 Legislation

INVEST Act Press Release issued by Center for Large Landscape Conservation, Defenders of Wildlife, Endangered Species Coalition, Humane Society Legislative ... Read more >

INVEST Act Press Release issued by Center for Large Landscape Conservation, Defenders of Wildlife, Endangered Species Coalition, Humane Society Legislative Fund, International Fund for Animal Welfare, National Parks Conservation Association, Wildlands Network, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.

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COVID-19 ResponseCenter for Large Landscape Conservation Policy & Law
Corridors & Crossings
2020 News and Updates
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Summer Newsletter 2020Center for Large Landscape Conservation Newsletters & Annual Reports
2020 News and Updates
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Paradise Valley Corridor Study: Saving Lives by Incorporating Wildlife Passage OpportunitiesCenter for Large Landscape Conservation Corridors & Crossings
Mentorship & Networking
None Press and Media

This brochure includes an introduction of the US 89 corridor planning study, a cost-benefit analysis of local wildlife migration, and ... Read more >

This brochure includes an introduction of the US 89 corridor planning study, a cost-benefit analysis of local wildlife migration, and a recommendation of next steps for the Montana Department of Transportation.

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Notable North American MigrationsAment R, Meiklejohn K, Tabor G Corridors & Crossings
Science & Research
None Brief

A summarized table of North American Wildlife migrations notable to the conservation community.

A summarized table of North American Wildlife migrations notable to the conservation community.

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Incorporating Wildlife Connectivity into Forest Plan Revision Under the United States Forest Service’s 2012 Planning RuleCarnwath G, Creech T, Dixon B, Kelly V, Williamson M Corridors & Crossings
Science & Research
2020 Journal Article

United States Forest Service 2012 planning rule requires National Forests to evaluate, protect, and/or restore ecological connectivity when revising land ... Read more >

United States Forest Service 2012 planning rule requires National Forests to evaluate, protect, and/or restore ecological connectivity when revising land management plans. This document describes an approach used to do so by using freely available data to address the new Planning Rule requirements. The result of this approach identified locations important for connectivity for multiple species and characterized National Forest’s role in regional connectivity.

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Habitat Corridors & Landscape Connectivity: Clarifying the TerminologyAment R, Meiklejohn K, Tabor G Corridors & Crossings
Science & Research
None Report

This literature review aims to gain a better understanding of the terminology pertinent to landscape connectivity. By attempting to synthesize ... Read more >

This literature review aims to gain a better understanding of the terminology pertinent to landscape connectivity. By attempting to synthesize the various uses of each term, we hope to add clarity to connectivity conversations.

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