The Peninsular Florida LCC is part of a national network of Landscape Conservation Cooperatives working in partnership with other landscape conservation initiatives.
Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands; Arctic; Appalachian; California; Caribbean; Desert; Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers; Great Basin;
Great Northern; Great Plains; Gulf Coast Prairie; Gulf Coastal Plains and Ozarks; North Atlantic; North Pacific; Northwest Boreal;
Pacific Islands; Peninsular Florida; Plains and Prairie Pothole; South Atlantic; Southern Rockies; Upper Midwest and Great Lakes;
These 6 LCCs have joined forces with the Southeast Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies, and the Southeast Natural Resource Leaders Group (regional federal agency leaders), to promote a unified and coordinated vision for conservation in the Southeast, called the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy or SECAS:
Wider LCC Network
The PFLCC region is also encompassed within the sphere of Climate Science Centers and Climate Hubs. The LCC collaborates with:
Wider LCC Network News
You can get the latest from the southeast network of Landscape Conservation Cooperatives from the Southeast Climate Science Center's LCC Network page.
LCC Network Strategic Plan