PARTNERSHIP NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

AMJV Partner Spotlight: Tennessee Riv...

Have we mentioned recently that our AMJV partners are AMAZING?! Today, we want to shine a spotlight (or
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Successful 1st Eastern Partners in Fl...

The Eastern Working Group of Partners in Flight held a scoping meeting at the Nashville Zoo 24-25 April
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Focus on Focal Landscapes

Challenges to Conservation in the Appalachian Region Most forests in the Appalachian Mountain Region have historically been or
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AMJV Technical Committee Meets in Wes...

On August 6th and 7th, at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) Appalachian Lab in
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Today we were proud to join our partners at The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation as they announced over $1.5 million in grants through the Central Appalachia Habitat Stewardship Program to restore forest and freshwater habitat to benefit forest birds, Brook trout, and hellbenders.

Congratulations to the 2019 grant winners - IUP Research Institute, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, The Nature Conservancy, American Bird Conservancy, Canaan Valley Institute, Penn State, National Audubon Society, Trout Unlimited, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and Virginia Tech!

Learn more about the program and this year's recipients at: www.nfwf.org/centralapps/Pages/home.aspx
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Today we were proud to join our partners at The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation as they announced over $1.5 million in grants through the Central Appalachia Habitat Stewardship Program to restore forest and freshwater habitat to benefit forest birds, Brook trout, and hellbenders.Congratulations to the 2019 grant winners - IUP Research Institute, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, The Nature Conservancy, American Bird Conservancy, Canaan Valley Institute, Penn State, National Audubon Society, Trout Unlimited, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and Virginia Tech!Learn more about the program and this years recipients at: https://www.nfwf.org/centralapps/Pages/home.aspx

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Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture

Green Forests Work coordinates with many partners, including the US Forest Service, to restore the red spruce ecosystem in Appalachia. Their important work was recently featured in an episode of a mini-documentary series! #PartnershipsWork 🙌

The series, created by the Associated Press, is called, "What Can Be Saved?" and features scientists who are trying to answer questions about climate change or working in the field of restoration ecology.

If you missed it, you can check out the video and written article below:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynAnV8035dY

apnews.com/5c8264cbcb7b4081b4aecf4c442506ccThe Associated Press has been doing a mini-documentary series called, “What Can be Saved?” The series features scientists who are trying to answer questions about climate change or working in the field of restoration ecology. Our work with the US Forest Service to restore the red spruce ecosystem on the Monongahela National Forest was featured in the third episode! Thanks to Komatsu America, Mennen Environmental Foundation, Appalachian Stewardship Foundation, National Forest Foundation, Arbor Day Foundation, and other partners who have made this work possible!! You can check out the video and written article here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynAnV8035dY https://apnews.com/5c8264cbcb7b4081b4aecf4c442506cc
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Conservation in Action, Partnerships that Work

Working both collectively and independently, joint venture partners conduct activities in support of bird conservation goals developed by the partnership. Our strength is in our ability to strategically deliver conservation actions at a scale and scope unachievable by any single agency or organization.

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