Setting a course for a sustainable landscape
The Jekyll Island State Park Authority (JIA) is seeking proposals from highly-qualified applicants in response to the RFP available at the following link. Please consider and distribute to any prospects in your networks.
The impetus for this…Continue
Added by Ben Carswell on October 6, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
At times it’s difficult to work in the conservation field and not feel jaded. There is always so much to do and it's hard to measure our progress towards the end goal. When will we arrive at that future point we describe as sustainable, viable, and complete? Time is limited, decisions must…Continue
Added by Louise Vaughn on October 6, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments
I wanted to let you know about some tips and exciting new updates about how to access, use, and view protected areas within our South Atlantic LCC geography. Knowing where protected lands are is extremely important. One might think finding region-wide, accurate, and regularly maintained data sets representing protected lands is easy, but it’s not.
Each federal, state and private organization that manages lands across our area…Continue
Added by Amy Keister on October 5, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Are you attending the 2015 SEAFWA conference next month in Asheville, NC? If so, there will be plenty of opportunities to talk to South Atlantic LCC staff and get an update on the Conservation Blueprint. I think you'll find your cooperative is very well represented at this conference! Come find us at one…Continue
Added by Hilary Morris on October 5, 2015 at 12:30pm — No Comments
On behalf of our chair of the South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative, I am pleased to announce that Mallory Martin has accepted the position of South Atlantic LCC Coordinator, effective Nov. 15, 2015. Mallory is retiring from the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission as the agency’s Chief Deputy…Continue
Several years ago, the South Atlantic LCC funded a project to link long-term survey data for four species of sea turtle, three species of shorebird, five species of seabird, and two beach mouse species to maps of coastal sea-level rise vulnerability…Continue
Added by Janet Cakir on October 5, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments