SECAS Version 1.0 Provides Regional Long-term Vision for Conservation
The release of this conservation vision for the Southeast ignited excitement, affirmed continued support and engagement from state and federal leadership in the southeast, and demonstrated the level and breadth of engagement thus far. The first half of the Summit involved a dedicated briefing with state agency leadership from nearly all of the 15 SEAFWA member states. They heard presentations from Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) staff and other partners on how SECAS can be used. State agencies unanimously approved continuing to move SECAS forward. SECAS is bringing together diverse partners to design and achieve a connected network of landscapes and seascapes that supports thriving fish and wildlife populations and improved quality of life for people across the Southeastern U.S. and Caribbean.
Learn more about SECAS at: http://secassoutheast.org/