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Conserving the Tennessee River Basin: It Takes a Village

Conserving the Tennessee River Basin: It Takes a Village

Nearly as diverse as the wildlife within the Basin are the people and organizations working to conserve it.

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AppLCC/Tennessee River Gorge Trust Workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to familiarize participants with the Appalachian LCC and its work and resources available that can aide participants’ efforts to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of their local and regional conservation planning and management efforts.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Finds Yellow Lance Mussel Warrants Endangered Species Act Protection

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Finds Yellow Lance Mussel Warrants Endangered Species Act Protection

A freshwater mussel native to waters from Maryland to North Carolina along the Atlantic seaboard is declining.

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First-of-its-kind Interactive Map Brings Together 40 Years of Water-Quality Data

First-of-its-kind Interactive Map Brings Together 40 Years of Water-Quality Data

A new U.S. Geological Survey interactive map provides a comprehensive, long-term look at changes in the quality of our nation’s rivers and streams over the last four decades.

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Revealing the Role of Local Stakeholders in Landscape Conservation Design: A Social Science Inquiry

What is the role of local stakeholders and social data in the Landscape Conservation Design (LCD) process?

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Saving an Endangered Southern River

Saving an Endangered Southern River

The Conasauga River courses through Jimmy Petty’s corn, bean and dairy farm near the Tennessee line.

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Global Change Monitoring Portal Released

A new Portal provides scientists and the general public with access to information about the existence and operation of programs that monitor the effects of global change processes, such as climate and land use change, on important air, land, and water resources.

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Putting aquatic species on the map: The eDNAtlas and Archive for aquatic taxa in Western North America

The ease, efficiency, and sensitivity of environmental DNA (eDNA) sampling of species in aquatic environments is leading to an explosion in its use across North America.

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Human Dimensions Success Stories in Bird Conservation

The greater bird conservation community has identified a need for human dimensions success stories to be collected, organized, and shared with the community.

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New Habitat Guidelines for Six Species of Eastern Wildlife

The American marten, Bicknell’s thrush, Canada warbler, rusty blackbird, scarlet tanager and wood thrush – six beleaguered northeastern forest animals – should get a boost from a new series of publications explaining how best to create and manage habitat for them.

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Northeast States Release Report on Hellbender Distribution

The Regional Conservation Needs (RCN) Grants Program funded project, Developing a coordinated research approach for hellbender conservation in the northeast, was completed in late 2016.

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LCC Network Receives Distinguished Landscape Practitioner Award

The Landscape Conservation Cooperative Network has been selected by the U.S. Chapter of the Association of Landscape Ecology (US-IALE) Awards Committee to receive the Distinguished Landscape Practitioner Award.

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Resources Planning Act (RPA) Assessment Webinar: U.S. Forest Fragmentation and Land Cover Patterns

Forest fragmentation continues even as total forestland area remains relatively stable.

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2017 Strategic Habitat Meeting

Join the Alabama Rivers and Streams Network (ARSN) in a review of a decade of strategic habitat unit (SHU) research, recovery, and planning efforts.

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Northeast Climate Science Center Regional Science Meeting 2017

For our Regional Science Meeting, we will gather our scientists and partners to reflect on our collaborative work to incorporate climate science in the management of natural and cultural resources in the Northeast and Midwest and determine future directions and needs for our region.

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You're Invited to Help Protect Mallows Bay!

You're Invited to Help Protect Mallows Bay!

Next week NOAA will hold public meetings as part of the process to designate Mallows Bay-Potomac River as the country's newest National Marine Sanctuary and the first-ever in the Chesapeake.

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ACJV Flagship Species Initiative

ACJV Flagship Species Initiative

With help from our Technical Committee and our vast network of partners, the ACJV Management Board considered several suites of priority birds and habitats at the May 2016 Board Retreat.

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Tennessee River Basin Network Quarterly Webinar

The goal of this periodic webinar with the Network is to provide updates on the established Network framework and action items that have moved forward, showcase a partnership driven effort to conserve the TRB’s aquatic biodiversity, and share information regarding the 2017 Annual Meeting.

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SECAS Leadership Team Meeting

The purpose of this meeting of the SECAS Leadership Team is to guide and support the continuing accomplishment of the SECAS initiative.

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Story Map Illustrates Accomplishments of Migratory Bird JVs

Story Map Illustrates Accomplishments of Migratory Bird JVs

Joint Ventures work together to build a healthy world for birds, other wildlife, and people.

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