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  • U.S. Marine Protected Area Classification System

    CLCC Staff Note: This post was reprinted from the NOAA Marine Protected Areas Center as it relates to the work of the CLCC Protected Areas Conservation Action Team. Hōlei Sea Arch with viewing area. Credit: S. Geiger, NPS In an attempt to clarify discussion about various MPA issues, the National Marine Protected Areas Center developed a set of simple definitions for common MPA types that are intended to provide an objective and intuitive way to understand, describe, and constructively assess most MPAs…

  • A Tale of Two Watersheds

    The CLCC is building momentum around the two Pilot Delivery Watersheds in Puerto Rico for our Landscape Conservation Design efforts. Two Delivery Watersheds. Two Approaches. Rio Grande de Arecibo Watershed: Leading Landscape Conservation Design and Implementation from A to Z Rio Herrera – Las Cabezas Watershed: Supporting Role: Bring new resources in support of existing efforts and/or identify gaps in existing efforts This infographic from the World Resources Institute demonstrates two others types of watersheds and how one with a healthy…

  • Rio Grande de Arecibo Watershed Factoids Published Every #WatershedWednesday

    Every Wednesday the CLCC publishes Rio Grande de Arecibo factoids as part of #WatershedWednesday. The posts educate CLCC partners and social media followers on the natural and cultural resources present within the CLCC Pilot Delivery Watershed (part of our Landscape Conservation Design efforts). Some factoids touch on management challenges in the watershed that the Cooperative may tackle in the future. Shared problems require shared solutions. We can achieve a great deal upstream, downstream, and along the coast when acting together rather than trying…

  • Partner Spotlight: Sierra Club Puerto Rico

    Sierra Club has led the effort to challenge nature enthusiasts in Puerto Rico to capture at least one photo from each of the protected areas in Puerto Rico by the end of 2017.