Plans and Reports
The North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative Annual Report highlights the progress and accomplishments of the partnership in 2016, and indicates what's next for 2017.
The North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative Annual Report highlights the progress and accomplishments of the partnership in 2015, and indicates what's next for 2016.
This report reviews the progress and accomplishments of the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) in 2014 and identifies major goals for 2015.
In the following pages you will read about dozens of highlighted North Atlantic LCC activities and projects that demonstrate the growth and evolution of the partnership and its progress in developing and applying science to conservation planning, delivery and evaluation as part of a shared conservation framework in the Northeast region, as well as its role in providing critical conservation planning capacity to our members.
A condensed overview of the North Atlantic LCC 2013 Highlights Report
This report reviews the progress and accomplishments of the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) in 2012 and identifies major goals for 2013.
This report reviews the progress and accomplishments of the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) in 2011 and identifies major goals for 2012.
The purpose of this strategic plan is to articulate a vision, common conservation framework, process and initial priorities for developing shared science capacity for the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) as part of the larger mission of the LCC. The intent is to show how the LCC shared science capacity will build upon and link together ongoing and completed science by partners in the northeast with additional priority science needs and identify next steps.
The Northeast Region has elected to emphasize development of the North Atlantic LCC in 2010, while also supporting efforts to begin LCC development within the south Atlantic, Appalachian and Great Lakes geographic areas. The region is building upon strong partnerships to create the North Atlantic LCC, which, guided by the principles of strategic habitat conservation (SHC), will develop and communicate landscape-scale scientific information to shape conservation across the Eastern Seaboard south to Virginia. The North Atlantic LCC will be part of a network of LCCs initiated by USFWS in 2010 that covers the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States, a geographic area that, when compared to other areas globally, is highly susceptible to impacts precipitated by climate change, including sea level rise and storm surge events.
June 14-16, 2011, Albany, New York Workshop Purpose and Scope : “Albany II” is a five-year follow-up to the State Wildlife Action Plans Meeting, which was held in Albany, New York, March 28-30, 2006 (“Albany I”). The Albany I meeting ultimately was the catalyst for establishing the Regional Conservation Needs (RCN) program. Members of the Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Directors, Administrators, and Fish and Wildlife Diversity Technical Committee, in association with the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) in the Northeast Region have planned this joint, follow-up workshop.