Landscape Conservation Cooperatives are bringing together conservationists, scientists, and natural resource managers from federal and state agencies, NGOs, universities, and tribal governments to identify shared conservation goals and develop tools and products necessary for action. The Appalachian LCC is facilitating the exchange of ideas, data, and tools among partners in order to implement landscape-level planning and conservation delivery. By assembling the expertise, innovation, and passion of the conservation community within the region, the Cooperative is promoting more effective collaboration to address the environmental threats that are beyond the ability of any one organization.
The Appalachian LCC Member Directory encompasses a diverse range of individuals and expertise interested in participating in landscape conservation efforts throughout the region.
- Search our Member Directory
- How to Use the Expertise Search
- How to Edit your Profile and add your expertise
- Offline submission form for database
Map of all the members of the Appalachian LCC Community.
Voices from the Appalachian Community
Interviews with scientists and resource managers highlight the conservation challenges facing the Appalachian region as well as how the Appalachian LCC can address these landscape issues and bring together a community to find sustainable solutions.
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.