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A discussion with Kingsbury Browne Fellow Jane Difley, moderated by Frank Lowenstein and Henry Tepper Tuesday, May 11, 2021 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Presented by: ALPINE/Kingsbury Browne Fellowship Watch Recording Here
Northeast Wilderness Trust (NEWT) and SIG Carbon are embarking on an ambitious effort to help curtail the worst effects of climate change through natural climate solutions. 
Know a farmer or forestland owner who goes above and beyond in their care and management of natural resources? Nominate them for the 2021 New England Leopold Conservation Award®.
Enrollment for the 2021 ALPINE Summer Institute is now open. The class size is limited to 12 participants and admissions are on a rolling basis. April 1 is the deadline to apply! The virtual sessions will take place on eight consecutive Wednesdays from 3-5 pm starting June 9.
More than 400 participants tuned in for the December 15 webinar focused on Wildlands and Woodlands – and how both can play a vital role in conservation in New England.
  Academics for Land Protection in New England (ALPINE) hosted a series of webinars this fall in lieu, during the COVID pandemic, of an in-person annual meeting. These webinars featured faculty collaborations with land conservation organizations and current research pertinent to land conservation.
The Norcross Wildlife Foundation (Norcross) is pleased to announce that at its October 2020, Board of Directors meeting, Bill Labich was voted in as a new member of the Board.
Do you want to help more people see the connection between land conservation, climate change, human health, biodiversity, and other issues that are directly impacting our world? You can be part of the solution, helping to reach broader audiences with compelling stories rooted in science and research.
  What do Stamford, CT; Bethel, ME, and Grand Lake Stream, ME have in common? They were able to bring communities together to invest in land conservation by focusing on – and delivering on – the economic value to the community.
Highstead and the Northeast Forest Network have launched a shared messaging campaign: Stand Up For Forests to hel

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