Join us for a release briefing of Wildlands in New England: Past, Present, and Future — the first U.S. study to map and characterize all permanently conserved lands in one region that are managed to be forever wild.
Releasing to the public the week of May 29, 2023, Wildlands in New England is an urgent call to action for policy makers, funders, conservation organizations, landowners, and citizens to advance and accelerate Wildlands conservation regionally and nationally. This study centers Wildlands as part of an integrated approach to land planning and conservation outlined in the WWF&C vision.
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About the Webinar
Report authors will walk through the study, its core products, key findings, and recommendations. They’ll share clear action steps to protect land that is so vital for biodiversity, carbon storage, ecological resilience, and the overall health of the people and creatures that call New England home. We hope you’ll join us.
Title: Wildlands in New England: Release Briefing
Date: May 31, 2023
Time: 10:00 am ET
Length: 1:30 (45 minute presentation + Q&A)
Presenters: David Foster, Jon Leibowitz, Liz Thompson, Marissa Latshaw
There’s no cost for this webinar. Even if you’re unable to attend the live presentation, please register so that we can send the meeting recording to you.