A networking hub for partners in the Peninsular Florida LCC
CEER is a collaborative effort of the leaders of the National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration and the Society for Ecological Restoration. It will bring together ecological and ecosystem restorati…
Organized by National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration and the Society for Ecological Restoration | Type: conference
The Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center hosts First Friday All Climate Change Talks (FFACCTs), monthly information sharing forums featuring presentations about research activities…
Organized by The Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center | Type: webinar
The Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative (PFLCC) is part of a national network of Landscape Conservation Cooperatives(LCCs). LCCs are applied conservation science partnerships among federal agencies, regional organizations, states, tribes, NGOs, private stakeholders, universities and other entities within a geographic area. They are designed to inform resource management decisions in an integrated fashion across landscapes at a broader scale than any individual partner’s responsibility.
The partnership will consider landscape-scale stressors, including climate change, habitat fragmentation, invasive species, and water scarcity as it attempts to provide a vision for a landscape capable of sustaining healthy populations of fish, wildlife, plants and cultural resources.
Posted by Peninsular Florida LCC on July 25, 2014 at 3:11pm
Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation
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Posted by Peninsular Florida LCC on July 24, 2014 at 3:30pm
I recently attended the Ecological Effects of Sea Level Rise in the Northern Gulf of Mexico (EESLR-NGOM) workshop in Apalachicola, FL where I was introduced to the 5 year project being led by UCF and others. The team is assessing the impacts of…Continue
Posted by Amanda Watson on July 23, 2014 at 2:26pm
Sea level rise has multiple implications for people and wildlife, but it can also have great effects on plant life as well - including aquatic plants such as the seagrass that you'll find in shallow marine waters around Florida. Because of this…Continue
Posted by Lisa Thompson on July 17, 2014 at 3:00pm
Hi Folks and welcome to the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative network site. As the newly appointed PFLCC coordinator, I welcome you to the site either as a first time visitor or as a returning member. This site is a venue in which we hope to provide a forum for communication as well as a mechanism for feedback and links to new information. Please consider joining this site and establishing personal settings that will alert you through email when new content is posted
I am eagerly looking forward with meeting you and the rest of the conservation community in Florida as we work to develop the PFLCC into a self-directed partnership. Furthermore, I am very excited about the prospects for a highly successful LCC in Florida. We already have a number of highly effective partnerships and collaborative efforts in place that can serve a foundation for moving the LCC from a concept to a reality.