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Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy


The Southeast Conservation Blueprint

The Southeast Conservation Blueprint is a living, spatial plan that identifies important areas for conservation and restoration across the Southeast and Caribbean.

We’ve started measuring progress toward the SECAS 10% goal using the most recent 3-6 years of available data from existing Southeast-wide monitoring programs.

Regional Species of Greatest Conservation Need

Regional Species of Greatest Conservation Need facilitate cross-state cooperation on State Wildlife Action Plans.

Past presentations

SECAS presentations at SEAFWA (Mobile, AL), October 2018

  1. Update for SEAFWA Director’s briefing book
  2. Exhibit booth slides on SECAS in Action
  3. Recommended SECAS goal presentation, Mordecai

SECAS Norfolk presentations, March 2018

  1. Developing and Implementing the SECAS Blueprint, Martin
  2. SECAS Case Studies, Goudreau
  3. Integrating Landscape Conservation and Military Readiness, Orndorff
  4. But What About the People? The Role of Urban Planning and Green Infrastructure, Rouse
  5. Scaling SECAS Engagement is Key, Whitehurst

SECAS Louisville presentations, October 2017

  1. Welcome to SEAFWA, Gibson
  2. Aligning Actions for Success, Myers
  3. SECAS Blueprint 2.0, Mordecai
  4. At-Risk Species Conservation Opportunities in the Southeast: SECAS Case Study, Harris
  5. Fire Resilliant Landscapes, Martin
  6. SECAS Marsh Migration Modeling, Bartush
  7. Florida State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP) Integration, Branciforte
  8. Gopher Tortoise Conservation Initiative, Ambrose
  9. Threat Assessment, Simpson
  10. Alligator Gar Habitat Suitability Index, Brown
  11. Demonstrating Value and Support for Expansion, Carr
  12. Mapping Future Forests, Green
  13. Collaborative Conservation SECAS Style,
  14. Expanding the Vision: State Wildlife Action Plans, Humpert
  15. SECAS 2018 and Beyond, Gibson
  16. SECAS Summary
  17. Combined Presentations from SECAS, Louisville