January Landscape Conservation Bulletin
The January 2020 Landscape Conservation Bulletin is out, capturing the latest news and developments in the field of landscape conservation. The Bulletin highlights a new documentary on the Sentinel Landscapes Partnership that is premiering at the D.C. Environmental Film Festival, the newly launched Conservation Impact Prize from the Salazar Center for North American Conservation, a new white paper and magazine special section from the California Landscape Stewardship Network, and much more. Also be sure to check out this month’s Perspectives article, in which Peter Williams reflects on “getting it ‘right'” in landscape conservation. This Bulletin also marks the launch of a “Job Board” for positions specifically related to collaborative landscape conservation–be sure to check out the job postings there, and feel free to share additional postings for future Bulletins.
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.