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Registry Goes International

February 12, 2014

Leopard resting on a fallen tree near Samburu, Kenya. Photo by Dean Swartz. Conservation Registry users are adding international projects. Maybe you’ve seen these new projects popping up in South America, Indonesia, Europe and even Kenya—so many, in fact, that staff started to wonder how the Registry could be adapted to better support international work.


NCED Presentation and Video Links

November 15, 2013

Wetland in the Skagit watershed, Washington. Photo by Bruce Taylor. NCED steering committee members presented an hour-long webinar about the National Conservation Easement Database. Topics included a brief history and tool overview, examples of how the database is being used in conservation planning, information about data completion, and future funding needs. View links on blog post.


Marketplace for Nature News

Measuring Habitat and Biodiversity Outcomes

September 16, 2013

Article image Defenders of Wildlife, the U.S Geological Survey,  NatureServe, the Willamette Partnership and other agencies and organizations have been working together for several years to develop a more consistent approach to measuring fish and wildlife habitat and biodiversity outcomes in a manner that would be applicable across different programs, jurisdictional boundaries, spatial and temporal scales.  Several [...]


Nature’s Benefits

February 21, 2013

Article image Nature’s Benefits: The Importance of Addressing Biodiversity in Ecosystem Service Programs is a new white paper publication by Sara Vickerman, Defenders of Wildlife.


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