Announcing Catalyst Fund Grant Awards: 14 Landscape Conservation Partnerships to receive support
The Network for Landscape Conservation is pleased to announce 14 inaugural Landscape Conservation Catalyst Fund grant awards for partnerships working to implement community-grounded conservation at the necessary landscape scale. Each of these collaborative partnerships will work over the next one to two years to continue building enduring, place-based conservation efforts that protect the ecological, cultural, and community health of the places they call home. Working at the landscape scale is essential in order to address escalating challenges including habitat loss/fragmentation and climate change, and it is only through robust partnerships that we can be successful at this larger scale. For more information on the Catalyst Fund, please see: http://landscapeconservation.org/catalyst-fund.
Generous support for the Catalyst Fund has been provided by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and a portion of the Fund is specifically dedicated to Indigenous-led partnerships that serve Indigenous communities working on landscape conservation.