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
Two upcoming webinars on 1/20 and 2/17 - Update to TNC's resilience analysis and latest EPA Coastal Condition Assessment results
The two upcoming webinars in the Third Thursday Web Forum series feature datasets that will be incorporated as indicators in the 2022 Southeast Conservation Blueprint! Don’t forget, you can now see these upcoming webinars and other SECAS events on the new SECAS event calendar.Read more...
This is my last blog post as your SECAS Coordinator; I’ll be happily sailing off into retirement by the time many of you read this. So, it’s an appropriate time for reflection on the past and anticipation for the future, not only for me but also for the SECAS partnership.
While there’s a lot about SECAS to reflect on, and I could never recount all the conservation triumphs of SECAS since its inception in 2011, I’ll mention two recent accomplishments that I think set the stage for continued relevance to advance landscape conservation in the Southeast in 2022 and beyond.Read more...
This month, we added a new events calendar to the SECAS website. You can access it from the top menu icon labeled–perhaps unimaginatively–“events”. It uses an embedded Google Calendar.
This lays the groundwork for shifting two recurring events under the banner of SECAS: the Third Thursday Web Forum and Triangle Climate and Conservation Coffee. Until now, these events have been hosted by the South Atlantic Blueprint team. As SECAS moves toward the more consistent 2022 Southeast Blueprint planned for Fall 2022, and away from maintaining many of the current subregional inputs, we are winding down several standalone South Atlantic Blueprint resources and transitioning the relevant ones over to SECAS.Read more...
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