Don’t miss the November Landscape Conservation Bulletin
Be sure to check out the November Landscape Conservation Bulletin, as it summarizes the latest news and developments in the field of landscape conservation. This month’s Bulletin highlights the growing awareness around the need to build a more inclusive and just landscape conservation movement; the implications for landscape conservation of the just-passed Infrastructure bill and the still-pending Build Back Better reconciliation act; and the release of a new vision for Adirondack Park in upstate New York, which with its unique matrix of public and privates lands is a more-than-100-year-old experiment in many of the principles that undergird the current landscape conservation movement. The Bulletin also features the announcement of the Network’s new national survey of landscape conservation initiatives–with data being sought to track the growth and development of the landscape conservation movement and to identify challenges and/or needs that–if addressed–could accelerate progress on the ground. Be sure to check out all of the above, plus the additional landscape conservation news items, upcoming webinars and events, and current job postings in the field of collaborative landscape conservation.
About the Landscape Conservation Bulletin: The Bulletin is a bi-monthly news aggregating service that the Network provides to the broader community of practice, highlighting news and trends in the field as well as upcoming conferences, events, and other opportunities. If you have not yet done so, be sure to sign up to join our mailing list for the Bulletin to stay up-to-date on developments and trends in the landscape conservation field.