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Taking on Large Landscape Conservation in the Amazon – Part II

The Amazon Conservation Association, a consortium of Peruvian, Bolivian, and U.S. conservation organizations, is working on an ambitious regional plan to address threats to the forest and human welfare across multiple international borders. Find out more about this work in the second of a two part series on large landscape conservation in the Amazon.

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What Would Lady Bird Do?

Texas! What better place to talk about the next fifty years of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). This is the home turf of Lyndon B. Johnson, the president who signed the original law back in 1965. LBJ had a strong record of caring for the nation’s natural resources, but it is no secret that he was inspired to do so by one of great conservation figures of the 20th century, his wife Lady Bird Johnson.

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End of Country?

Reflections on a recent visit to Bradford County, Pennsylvania, one of the centers of the natural gas drilling industry in Pennsylvania.

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Reading Recommendation

Looking for an interesting read on conservation, preservation, community development, cultural resources – or all of the above? So are we – and we want

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Taking on Large Landscape Conservation in the Amazon – Part II

The Amazon Conservation Association, a consortium of Peruvian, Bolivian, and U.S. conservation organizations, is working on an ambitious regional plan to address threats to the forest and human welfare across multiple international borders. Find out more about this work in the second of a two part series on large landscape conservation in the Amazon.

Read More »

What Would Lady Bird Do?

Texas! What better place to talk about the next fifty years of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). This is the home turf of Lyndon B. Johnson, the president who signed the original law back in 1965. LBJ had a strong record of caring for the nation’s natural resources, but it is no secret that he was inspired to do so by one of great conservation figures of the 20th century, his wife Lady Bird Johnson.

Read More »

End of Country?

Reflections on a recent visit to Bradford County, Pennsylvania, one of the centers of the natural gas drilling industry in Pennsylvania.

Read More »

Reading Recommendation

Looking for an interesting read on conservation, preservation, community development, cultural resources – or all of the above? So are we – and we want

Read More »