Virtual Policy Forum: The Future of Landscape Conservation


Join the Network for Landscape Conservation for a virtual policy forum on Friday, July 31, where leading policy experts will discuss the state of collaborative landscape conservation in the United States. Conservation has long been a bipartisan issue in the United States, and there is increasing agreement that conservation at the larger landscape scale is essential to address not only pressing ecological issues such as water, fire, and climate, but also to simultaneously address community health and vitality, cultural heritage, local farms and forests, and equitable access to clean air, water, and healthy outdoor recreation. An extraordinary group of leading thinkers in the field will be joining us to discuss strategies for advancing landscape conservation funding and policy at this critical time.

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