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New Guide Helps Conservationists Address Uncertain Future
A new publication by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) aims to help natural resource managers plan for a variety ...
USGS Study Reveals Interactive Effects of Climate Change, Invasive Species on Native Fish
A new USGS study shows non-native Brown Trout can place a burden on native Brook Trout under the increased water temperatures climate change can cause.
Blue Ridge PRISM Update
An update on the Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management and information on a series of sessions around our 10-county area, which partners are ...
Agenda - March 11, 2015 Workshop
Urban Woodlands Conservation and Management Workshop. Organized and facilitated by the National Park Service to identify and create opportunities for greater ...
NYSDEC: Partnerships Now Span the State to Prevent the Spread of Invasive Species
Every area of the state now has a partnership working to combat invasive species at the local and regional level, New York State Department of Environmental ...
Climate Change, Aboveground-Belowground Interactions, and Species’ Range Shifts
Changes in climate, land use, fire incidence, and ecological connections all may contribute to current species’ range shifts. Species shift range individually, ...
Climate change and the invasion of California by grasses
Over the next century, changes in the global climate are expected to have major consequences for plant communities, possibly including the exacerbation of ...
Survey: Controlled Invasive Plants on Property
As you know, the Blue Ridge PRISM seeks to expand the control of invasive plant species in our ten-county region.
Recovery: Farm Bill Provides Hope for the Cerulean Warbler
With funding from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) available from the Farm Bill’s Regional Conservation Partnership Program the Appalachian ...
Working with SAMAB on Revitalization Initiative
The Appalachian LCC Coordinator recently joined a meeting of the Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere (SAMAB) Executive Committee in Asheville, NC as ...
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