The Taylor Valley Conservation Project works to preserve the working forest and farmland in the region of Vershire, Chelsea, Tunbridge, and Strafford towns, which have significantly less development and more ecological richness than most of the surrounding land.
The Thames River Basin Partnership, located in Connecticut and Massachusetts, protects 1)the region's agricultural and natural areas being threatened by land use changes, 2)ground and surface water quantity and quality being threatened and degraded by contamination, 3)the region's biodiversity, and works to improve the coastal zone resource conditions.
The Safe Water Conservation Collaborative is a network of over 25 water utilities, land conservation organizations, and community partners collaborating on land conservation and stewardship practices to protect safe, clean drinking water for communities in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia.
The Salmon Falls Watershed Collaborative coordinates long-term source water protection efforts among planning commissions, land trusts, watershed associations, water systems, and town, state, and federal agencies in New Hampshire and Maine.
The Sandy Brook Conservation Corridor (SBCC) encompasses an area of 25,000 acres representing the Sandy Brook watershed in Massachusetts and Connecticut and works to encourage ecologically sound land management and the preservation of small and large land parcels, which would otherwise be at risk of development or degradation
The Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor Partnership works to protect and enhance the ecological function and habitat connectivity of the Shutesville Hill Wildlife Corridor, a critical link between Vermont’s Mt. Mansfield Forest Block and Worcester Range, to ensure the permeability of this corridor for all organisms into the future, and to maintain and enhance the associated benefits to people who live in or visit the region.
The South Central Regional Land Conservation Alliance mission is to promote the protection and conservation of open space in south central Connecticut by collaborating across boundaries to foster a stronger connection between people and nature
The South Mountain Partnership envisions a future of a landscape of conserved resources and vibrant communities sharing a common sense of place and collaborating on well-planned growth and sustainable economic development. They work to conserve landscape resources to enrich the quality of life and sense of place of the South Mountain, Pennsylvania region’s citizens and communities.