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Launched by students at Middlebury College, the Wild Hometown Movement is an alliance of place-based, youth-powered environmental clubs and educational programs whose goal is to empower the next generation of environmental leaders. Working on a local scale, student leaders connect youth to the natural world in their college towns and their own hometowns by inspiring young people to be advocates and champions for natural landscapes in the future.
Author(s): Marissa Latshaw
Initiative: Education
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The ALPINE webinar series has been offered for free each spring and fall since 2019. These webinars showcase expertise in and collaborations with land conservation at higher education institutions.
Author(s): Marissa Latshaw
Topics: ALPINE, Webinar
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The Charles H.W. Foster award recognizes academic institutions that demonstrate exemplary leadership in land conservation and aims to highlight their continued work as a model for others. The award is named for the distinguished conservation leader and mentor who, throughout a career of leadership in both the academic and public sectors, was a remarkable catalyst of conservation initiatives, serving as a key player in the establishment of both the Cape Cod National Seashore and the Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge.
Author(s): Marissa Latshaw
Topics: ALPINE, Awards
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Each year, ALPINE convenes academic leaders, faculty and students for a day-long meeting focused on topics related to land protection efforts in academic settings. From techniques for permanently protecting academic lands to building relationships with community land trusts to new research and curriculum resources, the event provides inspiration and practical solutions suited for a wide range of practitioners and institutions.
Author(s): Marissa Latshaw
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Author(s): Marissa Latshaw
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Author(s): Marissa Latshaw
RCP Network Partner
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The Open Space Institute supports conservation on a permanent, landscape scale. They work with government agencies, landowners and local land trusts to acquire land to protect diverse landscapes; preserve habitat for rare or endangered species; ensure water quality; facilitate wildlife adaptation to climate change; and enhance recreational access
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