Webinar Panel Discussion on Promoting Ecosystem Health & Resilience by Endangered Species Coalition
July 1, 2020 –
What do Colorado’s people, economy, and natural areas have in common? They rely on healthy, connected ecosystems to provide clean air, clean water, and outdoor recreation opportunities. Many animals and plants rely on connected habitats to find food, water, shelter, and breeding sites.
Colorado’s expanding human population and development, changing climate, and increasing recreational use of public lands is increasing habitat loss and fragmentation.
Join us for a virtual panel discussion about the need to promote ecosystem health and resilience and to protect watersheds, healthy forests, and sensitive habitats. Engage in conversation about current trends and potential strategies to ensure connected landscapes.
WHAT: Where Wildlife Roam: The Need for Habitat Connectivity
WHEN: Wednesday, July 1st at 4 PM MT
WHERE: Registration is required. Please register here!
We see a future where federal, state, tribal, and local lands work together to provide long-term habitat connectivity in order to safeguard Colorado’s native fish, wildlife, and plant species, and protect the health and safety of all people. We hope you’ll join us.
Register today! We look forward to “seeing you” there!
Southern Rockies Field Representative
Endangered Species Coalition
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