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LCC Conservation in Action Success Stories

Success stories from around the LCC network that detail the work advancing conservation in ways that saves time/money, protects health and human welfare, advances priorities of DOI on smart energy development, and shows collaboration with key non-federal partners like state agencies, tribes, NGOs, local governments, and communities.

Appalachian LCC Riparian Restoration in Action

A user-friendly tool to address management needs was funded by the Appalachian LCC to allow managers and decision-makers to rapidly identify and prioritize areas along the banks of rivers, streams, and lakes for restoration, making these ecosystems more resilient to disturbance and future changes in climate.

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Great Basin LCC Sage Grouse In Action

Strategically Reducing Wildfire and Invasive Species Threats in Sagebrush Ecosystems.

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Great Northern LCC Arid Lands Initiative In Action

The vision for the Arid Land Initiative (ALI) is to bring together a diverse assemblage of public, private, and tribal interests working together to conserve and restore a viable, well connected system of the mid-Columbia basin’s arid lands and related freshwater habitats.

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North Pacific LCC Traditional Ecological Knowledge In Action

Beginning in 2012, a series of projects were funded to assist Tribes and First Nations with utilizing Traditional Ecological Knowledges (TEKs) to understand how climate change is affecting cultural and natural resources.

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South Atlantic LCC Conservation Blueprint In Action

Earlier this year, the South Atlantic LCC released Version 1.0 of the Conservation Blueprint, a living plan describing the places and actions needed to meet shared conservation objectives in the face of future change.

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