This map displays the HOTR conservation partners conservation accomplishments between 2004 and 2013.
The Gulf Coast Prairie LCC Conservation Planning Atlas is a platform that allows users to discover, access and integrate existing spatial data layers and maps for use in analysis and conservation planning.
Interactive website linked to the existing CMP website
Developed alongside a scenario planning process, this spatially explicit analysis assesses key stressors on Great Basin systems in order to inform alternative futures. Project outputs include land cover, plant and wildlife species and community distributions, urban development, and future habitat under climate scenarios. These data are available to be explored and downloaded through a web-based portal.
The High Divide Collaborative is an effective partnership of public land managers, state wildlife agencies, landowners, local community leaders, scientists and conservation groups working together to conserve and restore lands of importance for local communities and to protect ecological integrity at the landscape scale. Our region of focus straddles the Continental Divide along the Idaho-Montana state line and is the center of connectivity between the Greater Yellowstone, Crown of the Continent and Central Idaho. The Collaborative is facilitated by the Heart of the Rockies Initiative.
The Rocky Mountain Partner forum is one of four Partner Forums located in the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GNLCC) geography. The GNLCC brings together managers and stakeholders from around this vast, 300 million-acre landscape to share information and work on mutual priorities. More information about the GNLCC can be found here.The Partner Forums bring together field-level managers, scientists, and other conservation constituents together to address the issues most pertinent to their region through conversation and information sharing. The Rocky Mountain Partner Forum has thus far used this opportunity to focus on cold water aquatic systems and ecological connectivity.
The Ecological Connectivity Project brings together managers and decision makers to address challenges impacting ecological connectivity throughout the geography of the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative. We encourage those involved with connectivity efforts at any scale to get involved with this project as its success depends on stakeholder engagement from all corners of the Great Northern LCC geography. Please contact us if you have questions or would like to become involved.
Website: Heart of the Rockies Initiative
The Heart of the Rockies Conservation Atlas is delivering the latest science in climate change adaptation and habitat connectivity to our land trust partners to help identify and validate selection of future conservation targets. Our Science Coordinator is curating a collection of connectivity and climate data at a scale that is useful to on-the-ground practitioners. He is working with university and agency partners to identify, screen, and procure the data. This Atlas has a collection of spatial data specific to the conservation planning needs of our land trust partners. It is grouped into themed galleries: Connectivity, Habitat, Climate Change, Working Lands, and Planning. Thousands of additional datasets are...
Produced various Intermoutain West Joint Venture website contnet
You may need WebEx capabilities to view these recordings. May 20, 2013: “Columbia Plateau Climate Corridors, and Centrality, Pinch-Points, and Barrier Analyses: New Products Release ” Recording available by clicking here. June 17, 2013: Bill Gaines, Conservation Science Institute. “Addressing Habitat Connectivity in Northeast Washington Forest Plan Revisions”. Recording available by clicking here. Audio challenges in the first few minutes that resolve for remainder of recording. September 16, 2013: Audrey Hatch, WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife “Integrating connectivity science into the Western Governors Associations CHAT decision support tool”. Recording available by clicking here. November 19, 2013 (10am...
Website: Washington Wildlife Habitat Connectivity Working Group
This data atlas was created as part of the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GNLCC) Ecological Connectivity Project.
Formed by practitioners in Washington and British Columbia’s Cascade mountains in the summer of 2012, the Cascadia Partner Forum fosters a network of natural resource practitioners working with the Great Northern and North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperatives to build the adaptive capacity of the landscape and species living within it.
The Washington Wildlife Habitat Connectivity Working Group is an open scientific collaborative effort to produce connectivity and tools for Washington and surrounding habitats. The Washington Connected Landscapes Project is the name for the suite of analysis and tools being produced by the working group. The primary thrusts of the project at this time include: scientific analyses of connectivity issues at different spatial scales for current and future landscape conditions, development of suitable analytical methods and tools necessary to support these analyses, coordination with transboundary partners to maintain connectivity across Washington’s borders, research and adaptive management to test and improve...
Crown Managers Partnership Website