Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy
SECAS brings together public and private organizations around a bold vision for the future of our region. We're connecting the lands and waters of the Southeast and Caribbean to support healthy ecosystems, thriving fish and wildlife populations, and vibrant communities. With a data-driven spatial plan and an ambitious regional goal, SECAS helps accelerate conservation action in the places where it will make the biggest impact.
From the blog
Blueprint workshops start next week! Have you signed up yet? It’s not too late! Visit the workshop page to learn more and register. 260 people have signed up so far–and the more, the merrier!
As I explained in my blog last month, SECAS is hosting 16 virtual workshops during the next 3 weeks to review draft Southeast Blueprint 2022 across 15 states. There’s no cost to attend, and all you’ll need to participate is a reliable internet connection.Read more...
The spring Third Thursday Web Forum flyer is now available! On the April webinar, Rua will provide a progress update on the development of Southeast Conservation Blueprint 2022. The May web forum will feature a dataset that will be incorporated as an indicator of stable marsh in that upcoming Blueprint update!
These webinars and other SECAS events are available on the SECAS event calendar.Read more...
The Blueprint, by the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy, is helping to make collaborative conservation a reality across the South
Shared from an article in the “Wild Weekly” newsletter of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
The Panhandle needed all the help it could get in 2018 after Hurricane Michael barreled through with killer, 160 mph winds. Mexico Beach was almost wiped off the map. Other towns along Michael’s path were pummeled, too. Countless fields and forests in-between suffered major damage.Read more...
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