With the completion of The Intertwine’s Regional Conservation Strategy in 2012, local conservation and restoration leaders are poised to set an impressive agenda. Next steps for conservation work will likely be to identify collaborative, data-based projects derived from this seminal report. Currently we are working on a number of efforts involving the development of large-landscape, cross-jurisdictional projects with the goal of attracting new funding to the region to support these efforts.
The Conservation Working Group, part of the Intertwine Project Network, sponsors quarterly conversation forums, connects practitioners in conservation fields, and launches projects based on the Regional Conservation Strategy.
Download PDFs of the Regional Conservation Strategy, RCS Executive Summary and companion document the Biodiversity Guide below. You can also interact with all RCS documents, GIS data and modeled outputs with the RCS Viewer.
Outcome: Wildlife habitat is abundant and healthy.