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SECAS April 2024 Newsletter

Logo sneak peek, Summit and Caribbean CoP reflections, Southeast CASC collaboration

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Second annual Caribbean Conservation Community of Practice meeting

by Alex Lamle and Louise Vaughn, User Support, Southeast Conservation Blueprint

Over the past two years, SECAS staff have worked closely with the Caribbean Conservation Community of Practice (CCoP), an initiative composed of community leaders, researchers, universities, non-profits, as well as federal, state, and territorial governments. Through this community, partners are working together to build an applied science and resource management network, counteracting data inequities and the historic marginalization of island people in U.S. Caribbean communities. In March, the SECAS team headed to Arecibo, Puerto Rico to help coordinate the second annual in-person meeting of the CCoP, an important event to bring Caribbean partners together. To read more about the meeting topics and outcomes, >>visit Alex and Louise's joint blog...

The Southeast Summit - Building the landscape of the future together

by Mallory Martin and Amanda Sesser, former and current Coordinators, Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy

The Southeast Landscape of the Future Summit was held in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 27-29, 2024, under the theme of "Building the Southeast Landscape of the Future." The Summit was an opportunity for state, federal, Tribal, and other leaders in natural resource conservation to come together to define a shared vision for the Southeast landscape of the future. The Summit was designed to deepen relationships with new and existing peer leadership communities, gain perspectives on critical conservation issues facing the Southeast, and discover where participant priorities intersect across boundaries. To learn more about summit outcomes and next steps, >>check out Mallory and Amanda's joint blog...