Resulting Priority Actions for RCPs and the RCP Network by Draft Goal

The goals (e.g., Advance the pace and practice of landscape conservation) and objectives (e.g., Region-wide media campaign...) listed below were the result of a strategic planning process at the 2015 RCP Coordinators Meeting. The activities (e.g., LI Sound Watershed RCP Program) listed under most objectives are efforts that are or will be advanced by RCPs and the RCP Network in 2018-2019.

The RCP Network…

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Trainings and Webinars

Archive of recordings and resources from past programs
 
The RCP Network supports ongoing learning and peer exchange through workshops and events that showcase best practices, funding opportunities, and dialogue about collaborative land protection and stewardship.  
 
Conservation Funding
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RCP Network's Pooled Match Inventory

In New England and New York, non-profit land trusts, private landowners, state agencies, and municipalities have established a solid history of working together in creative and strategic ways to protect our forests, clean water, and the communities–both human and wild—that depend on a healthy environment.

Conservation easements are an important tool that allows private landowners to contribute to the protection of open space in their communities while retaining ownership, land values,…

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