Strategic Habitat Conservation
Conserving the Nature of America
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COMMUNITY


Strategic Habitat Conservation

Shared Stories and Practices

My Conservation Legacy

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Related Information:

Landscape Conservation Cooperatives

FWS Climate Strategy

Science Excellence

 

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A Conservation Community

The Nature Conservancy's Megan Gibney and Service botanist Carolyn Wells recording data.  Credit: Gary Peeples / USFWS
The Nature Conservancy's Megan Gibney and Service botanist Carolyn Wells recording data. Credit: Gary Peeples / USFWS

Strategic Habitat Conservation is a response to changes affecting not only the Service but the conservation community at large. It allows the Service to deal with issues of scale and accountability and effectively work with partners to address priorities and challenges such as climate change. This page will serve as a forum to help connect our efforts by fostering a community of practice, through the use of blog and other online technologies, where we can share ideas, information and stories to collectively continue America's conservation legacy for the next generation. Check this page often for additional features and updates. If you have comments, questions, or other information to share now, please use the link at the bottom of this page.

 

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Additional Resources:

Surrogate Species Draft Technical Guidance

Conserving the Future

SHC Sharepoint Portal (FWS and DOI employees only)

 

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Last updated: May 1, 2013

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