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The Merrimack Conservation Partnership formed to protect the southern portion of the greater Merrimack River watershed in New Hampshire and Massachusetts through accelerated land and water protection, advocacy, restoration, outreach, and education. The Partnership supports and fosters collaboration, coordination, and innovation among partner organizations to strengthen our individual and collective efforts toward achieving the shared goal of a clean, healthy Merrimack River.
RCP Coordinator(s): Brian Hotz
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The Metrowest Conservation Alliance (MCA) is a partnership of organizations that work collaboratively on land management (stewardship) and land protection to achieve regional conservation success. They promote sustainable forestry and agriculture, biodiversity protection, and local economies, and recognize the need to integrate people with the environment through education, extension, and outreach in order to achieve conservation goals.
RCP Coordinator(s): Kristen O'Brien
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The Mid-Champlain Valley RCP is working to support the communities of the Mid-Champlain Valley in Vermont to preserve, restore and enhance natural systems through sustainable stewardship. Their goal is to provide educational opportunities, hands-on engagement/involvement, collaboration and support for those who are interested in stewarding the landscape, and learning about the region.
RCP Coordinator(s): Laura Farell
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The Mount Agamenticus to the Sea Conservation Initiative (Mt2AC) is an alliance of ten conservation organizations working together to keep the Mount Agamenticus, Maine region a healthy place for plants, animals and people. They envision thriving communities connected by an expansive natural landscape that provides a haven for wildlife and enhances the health and well-being of our citizens, forever.
RCP Coordinator(s): Lisa Linehan
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The Newfound Land Conservation Partnership promotes the conservation of forest lands, grasslands, wildlife habitats, water resources, and the rural way of life in the Newfound Lake, New Hampshire region, by working with landowners and educating communities about the benefits of land conservation
RCP Coordinator(s): Parker Griffin
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The North Quabbin Regional Landscape Partnership is a voluntary association of state and local organizations working together to conserve the Greater Quabbin Region in Massachusetts by facilitating landowner outreach, stewardship, municipal outreach, and land protection projects
RCP Coordinator(s): Sarah Wells
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The Orange County Headwaters Project in Vermont works to provide information, assistance, and leverage to landowners who are interested in conserving their land, supports sustainable forestry, watershed protection, and other conservation goals, encourages civic engagement, and demonstrates the benefits of working collaboratively to accomplish landscape-level conservation
RCP Coordinator(s): Ben Machin
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The Quabbin to Cardigan Initiative (Q2C) is a collaborative, landscape-scale effort to conserve the Monadnock Highlands of north-central Massachusetts and western New Hampshire. The Q2C partners share a vision of consolidating the permanent protection of the region’s most ecologically significant forest blocks, and key connections between them for wildlife passage and human recreation.
RCP Coordinator(s): Brian Hotz
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The Quiet Corner Initiative (QCI) is the outreach and engagement arm of the Yale Forests and was created to improve the capacity for sustainable land management and stewardship in northeastern Connecticut. QCI’s programming focuses on three main topic areas: the promotion of sound forestland management, the development of renewable energy, and the expansion of small-scale agriculture
RCP Coordinator(s): Mark Ashton, Rosa Goldman, Adam Houston
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