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ALPINE Annual Meeting & Presentation of the 2019 Charles H. W. Foster Award to the University of Massachusetts Amherst Friday, October 11, 2019 - Amherst, Massachusetts John W. Olver Design Building    
Land conservation modestly increases employment rates, according to a new study of New England cities and towns, published Tuesday in the journal Conservation Biology, and led
Forum attendees explore future possibilities for collaboration
Portland State UniversityA growing community of conservation finance practitioners in the United States and around the world are sharing innovative finance mechanisms for funding land protection and addressing the conservation challenges and opportunities of our
Planning to attend the Land Trust Alliance Rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this year? There are multiple ways to connect with Wildlands and Woodlands while there. You can visit our exhibit table, attend a workshop, or join us for breakfast!
Ready to connect the dots? Help us identify and build the connections between the woods, farms, wildlands, and waterways that link New England’s rural to urban landscapes.
Tracy Stanton, Executive Director of The Emerald Alliance for People, Nature and Community in Washington State, brings 20+ years of experience in environmental policy and conservation finance strategies to this year’s RCP Network Gathering.
Academics for Land Protection in New England will be offering again this summer, a program for undergraduate and graduate students interested in becoming the next generation of land conservation leaders. The Summer Institute is offered at no cost to students and includes:
  ALPINE | Academics for Land Protection in New England A Program of the Wildlands and Woodlands Initiative Annual Meeting, Friday, March 2, 2018 University of Massachusetts Amherst  Register NOW to reserve your spot!

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