Protecting Biodiversity in a Changing Climate
Time: Tuesday, June 12, 9:30am – 4pm
Location: Brigham Hill Community Farm, 37 Wheeler Rd, Grafton
Cost: $20 lunch included
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Incorporating Natural Infrastructure into Community Planning to Enhance Coastal Resilience
Join Lauren Long, Coastal Conservation Specialist for NOAA, and Brian Ambrette, Director of Strategic Initiatives for Eastern Shore Land Conservancy, as they present various approaches land trusts can take to enhance coastal resilience by incorporating natural solutions into community planning. A suite of NOAA resources on landscape conservation, natural stormwater management and shoreline protection will be presented to help land trusts visualize, prepare for, and take action on coastal hazards and climate change impacts. Participants will also hear how the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy is assisting local governments in Maryland with enhancing coastal resilience through existing planning efforts.
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A Bigger Role: How Conserved Lands Can Serve As Natural Climate Solutions – Webinar on 9/6/18
In this webinar, Joe Fargione the North American Region Science Director of The Nature Conservancy will share his research on the potential of NCS across the United States, and Josh Parrish the Director of The Nature Conservancy’s Working Woodlands Program will share his experience working with land trusts and private landowners to improve timber management while generating revenue from the growing carbon market.
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Rally 2018 – National Land Conservation Conference
Join us at Rally for numerous offerings for land trusts interested in bringing a climate change perspective into their work. View the 2018 schedule here.