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Conservation Corridor May 2023 Newsletter

Connecting science to conservation.

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Connectivity Science

Long-term recovery for salmonids after dam removal

The removal of a century-old dam on Cedar River in Washington State benefited native salmonid populations and river connectivity up to 20 years later.

Connectivity Management

Guidance for federal agencies on corridors and connectivity

Recently released guidance from the U.S. Council on Environmental Quality provides suggestions and imperatives for federal agencies to increase their focus on connecting federal lands and waters.

Connectivity & Climate Change

Integrating climate-change refugia into 30x30

Only a small percentage of climate refugia across North America are currently under protection, and integrating them into 30x30 goals will be critical given future climate scenarios.