Can this Innovative Approach help Flood-Weary Farmers Stay on their Land?

Will chronic floods force farmers in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley to abandon farms that have been in their families for generations? Will catastrophic flood events that used to occur every 10 years but have become annual events for the last five years, cause some forward-thinking farmers to consider a major…

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If You Missed the Big NMEBC Event, Here’s Your Chance!

Were you unable to attend the May 10-13 National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference in Ft. Worth? Did you miss the most important industry insider presentations and discussions of the year? Don’t despair! It’s not too late to access what you missed – online – and to keep up with…

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Is This After Video Really From The Same Property?

Could an environmental wasteland left behind by an abandoned sawmill in Idaho’s Lower Coeur d’Alene Watershed actually be transformed into an oasis for wildlife fleeing nearby deadly landscapes? Could putting a permanent conservation easement on the site and spending more than a decade repairing and restoring the area really renew…

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Just in Time for Summer – The Yellowstone River Guide

Trout Headwaters is pleased to provide FREE The Yellowstone River Guide to Conservation, Recreation, Education, Resources.  The guide gives you everything you need to plan your Yellowstone adventure for a short half-day or for a month.  More, it provides stakeholders with valuable conservation information and many resource links to insure…

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Compelling Infographic Predicts 60% Loss of All Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are second only to rainforests in biodiversity of species. While they make up only 0.2% of our oceans, they contain approximately 25% of all marine fish species. Unfortunately these incredibly important systems are under severe threat from both natural and manmade conditions including flooding, and increased sedimentation. We…

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Equivalency and High Ecological Standards – Real Mitigation

Officials from U.S. Agencies – including DOI, USACE, USFWS, BLM, and USFS – focused their comments on ‘consistency’ and ‘equivalency’ for all forms of mitigation today at the National Mitigation and Ecosystem Banking Conference in Fort Worth, TX. Representatives from across the country highlighted sound mitigation principles including ‘durability’ and…

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