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The subject of forest conservation will be center stage in a webinar focused on Wildlands and Woodlands on December 15 from 4-5:30.
  Academics for Land Protection in New England (ALPINE) has been hosting a series of webinars this fall in lieu, during the COVID pandemic, of an in-person annual meeting. These webinars feature 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.
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  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
Sebago Clean Waters (SCW) reached a significant milestone along its path to protect the Sebago Lake watershed this week when the coalition received an $8 million U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) grant.
Northeast Wilderness Trust has launched a new initiative to accelerate the pace of wilderness conservation across New England and New York. The Wildlands Partnership offers local land trusts the resources to work on wilderness conservation while receiving periodic income through a developing wilderness carbon market.
New England Forestry Foundation (NEFF) is pleased to announce the official launch of its Forest-to-Cities Climate Challenge, NEFF’s newest initiative and a key component of their climate program.
  Paul Catanzaro, Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts AmherstALPINE Webinar:

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