The Appalachian LCC is one of 22 LCCs that form a seamless network across the United States.
The Gulf Coastal Plains and Ozarks Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GCPO LCC) is part of a national network of Landscape Conservation Cooperatives. The GCPO LCC conducts research and develop tools that improve natural resource management.
The Northeast Region will lead the development of the North Atlantic LCC in 2010, while also beginning development of the Appalachian LCC. The Northeast Region will also be supporting the development of the Great Lakes and South Atlantic LCC. The region is building upon strong partnerships to create the North Atlantic LCC, which, guided by the principles of strategic habitat conservation (SHC), will develop and communicate landscape-scale scientific information to shape conservation across the Eastern Seaboard south to Virginia.
The South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (SALCC) is part of a national network of Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs). The partnership will consider landscape-scale stressors, including climate change, habitat fragmentation, invasive species, and water scarcity as it attempts to provide a vision for a landscape capable of sustaining healthy populations of fish, wildlife, plants and cultural resources. The SALCC crosses six states, from southern Virginia to northern Florida.
The UMGL LCC area includes unparalleled deepwater habitats, beaches, coastal wetlands, more than 35,000 islands, major river systems, boreal forests, and prairie-hardwood transition zones. These habitats provide for extensive resident and non-resident game populations, fish and many other aquatic resources, waterfowl, colonial waterbirds, marshbirds, and neotropical migrant landbirds.