The Center’s Kylie Paul Wins Emerging Conservationist Award

A Montana group that has been recognizing conservation heroes for the past several decades is honoring Kylie Paul. Kylie joined the staff of the Center for Large Landscape Conservation as a road ecologist earlier this year to advance the development and implementation of wildlife-friendly transportation policies and projects. But she has been making a positive impact on wildlife and ecosystems for many years.

By |2021-12-01T13:38:38-07:00November 29th, 2021|Corridors and Crossings, News and Updates, People|Comments Off on The Center’s Kylie Paul Wins Emerging Conservationist Award

2021 Annual Report: Celebrating 10 Years of Connecting People & Landscapes

We are pleased to announce the release of our 2021 Annual Report and are proud to share with you a few of our noteworthy accomplishments from the past year. From on-the-ground projects and cutting-edge research to our influence on state, national, and international conservation policy, these are efforts that you—our community of supporters—helped make possible. In addition, we celebrate the ways in which we have successfully connected people and landscapes in the last ten years since becoming an independent nonprofit organization.

By |2021-11-22T14:24:12-07:00November 22nd, 2021|News and Updates|Comments Off on 2021 Annual Report: Celebrating 10 Years of Connecting People & Landscapes

Beavers, Butterflies, and Climate Resilience: Indigenous-led Conservation Projects

The Center for Large Landscape Conservation recognizes and celebrates Native American Heritage Month. We value the relationships we have built with Tribal Nations and their many strengths as conservation partners, including their unique cultures, perspectives, knowledge systems, and governing structures. The modern conservation movement has much to learn from Native American Tribes, and we are pleased to share a few interesting and inspiring stories from 2021 of Indigenous-led conservation efforts.

By |2021-11-16T10:16:01-07:00November 15th, 2021|Climate Resilience, Community Resilience|Comments Off on Beavers, Butterflies, and Climate Resilience: Indigenous-led Conservation Projects

Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Provides Critical Funding to Reduce Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions

Marking an important step to safeguard both people and wildlife, the bipartisan infrastructure package that the U.S. Congress passed late Friday includes $350 million to construct wildlife road crossings. These structures reconnect important habitat and allow animals to pass safely over or under roadways, avoiding traffic. The legislation also makes projects to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions eligible for funding in other transportation programs. The provisions in this legislation will help safeguard biodiversity while stimulating the U.S. economy, mitigating climate impacts, and educing highway fatalities.

By |2021-11-06T10:18:21-06:00November 6th, 2021|Corridors and Crossings, Law, News and Updates, Policy|Comments Off on Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Provides Critical Funding to Reduce Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions
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