Natural Highways and Neighborhoods: Mapping Connectivity to Help Nature Survive Climate Change

October 28th, 2020|0 Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Release provided by: Karen Foerstel, kfoerstel@tnc.org [Oct. 6 2020] Scientists at The Nature Conservancy have identified and mapped a network of landscapes and connecting corridors across the United States with unique topographies, geologies, and other characteristics that can help nature survive in the face of climate [...]

Stories of Indigenous-Led Conservation

October 12th, 2020|0 Comments

(C) KIJICHO MANITO MADAOUSKARINI ALGONQUIN FIRST NATION Today, the state of Montana still recognizes “Columbus Day,'' but the Center for Large Landscape Conservation chooses to recognize and celebrate a different holiday: Indigenous Peoples’ Day.  Indigenous Peoples’ Day began in 1989 as an alternative to Columbus Day, the purpose of which [...]

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We’re Hiring!

September 23rd, 2020|0 Comments

The Center for Large Landscape Conservation is looking to fill a Conservation Coordinator Position.  The Conservation Coordinator will assist the Center's leadership team with a variety of tasks including but not limited to: Carry out communications objectivesOrganize meetings and eventsHelp research, draft, and review outreach and communications publicationsSupport leadership by [...]

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