Group Work Space
Welcome to the Group Work Spaces, an area of the web portal where we are supporting collaborative work for various communities. These communities range from working groups within our Steering Committee, project groups overseeing the development of Appalachian LCC funded projects, Communities of Practice or Species Specific groups with experts and concerned individuals working towards a common conservation goal related to a species or habitat.
These Work Spaces offer a platform to enhance work flow and facilitate efficient sharing of ideas, datasets, products, publications, and more with others who have similar interests or missions.
The Appalachian LCC Work Spaces are bringing together a diverse set of individuals and expertise to promote dialogue and coordination.
You can join a community of practice, request to create a new group, and browse through our help section below.
This area contains a private Work Space for our AppLCC Regional Partnerships CASRI; and SASRI.
This area contains private Work Space for the three broad Communities of Practice: Aquatic Systems, Terrestrial Systems, and Human Dimensions, created to support specific work tasks of the Appalachian LCC, such as annual review of the Science Needs Portfolio.
This area contains private workspace for Communities of Practice that are specifically focused on a single or group of taxa or habitat types (e.g. freshwater mussels, cave/karst). Requests for creation of additional Work Spaces should be directed to LCC Staff.
This area contains private Work Space for the Steering Committee of the Appalachian LCC, as well as for subcommittees created to support the mission and work of the Steering Committee.
This area contains a Public Space ("Showcase" to share materials etc.) and Private (Group) Work Space for the various Conservation Partners working across the various subregions [Central, Southern, Western] that make up the AppLCC. This area allows staff and partners to dialogue specifically as it relates to the LCD (Landscape Conservation Design) research and products.
This area contains a private Work Space for the AppLCC staff.
The Cacapon and Lost Rivers Land Trust is the only homegrown organization exclusively dedicated to permanently protecting and preserving land in Cacapon and Lost River Valley. Today 50 conservation easement agreements permanently protect the conservation values of 13,306 acres in our watershed.