The Berkshire Wildlife Linkage Partnership works to protect and conserve the forested habitat corridor of the Berkshire and Taconic Highlands of Western Massachusetts, which links the Green Mountains in Vermont to the Hudson Highlands in New York and beyond.
The Berkshire-Taconic Regional Conservation Partnership envisions a region in which the fabric of the natural and scenic landscape, including the region’s forests, farms, rivers, and wetlands, remains intact and functional, supporting and interdependent with local and regional economies and high quality of life. The organization spans the Taconic Mountain region through Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts and Vermont.
The Blue Ridge Conservation Alliance works to protect the natural, scenic, and historic values of the Blue Ridge from Front Royal, Virginia, to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. They collaborate to conserve land, safeguard watersheds, and preserve the historic landscape along the Appalachian Trail corridor and the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers.
The Champlain Valley Conservation Partnership's missions is to conserve, restore, and enhance important natural resources within and across municipal boundaries in the Champlain Valley region of Vermont, through increasing connected conserved land, improving water quality, protecting agricultural land, and preventing habitat fragmentation.
The Chateauguay No Town Conservation Project works together for the common goal of voluntary land stewardship and wildlife habitat conservation through education and the coordination of public and private partnerships. Their project area is located in the four adjoining Vermont towns of Barnard, Bridgewater, Stockbridge and Killington.