Michigan Department of Natural Resources: Leelanau State Park Recreation Improvements

The Michigan DNR Parks and Recreation Division manages Leelanau State Park on the shores of Lake Michigan. The park consists of two management units: a historic lighthouse complex, rustic campground...

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Avalonia Land Conservancy and Connecticut Sea Grant: Hoffman Evergreen Preserve: Resilience Planning and Planting

Hoffman Evergreen Preserve is located in southeastern Connecticut (Stonington, CT, within Connecticut’s eastern coastal ecoregion, approximately 6 miles from Long Island Sound. The 200-acre preserve...

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City of Detroit Parks: Infusing Resilience into Capital Improvement Planning and Maintenance for Parks Systems

Detroit, MI is a majority Black city of 670,000 residents covering 141 square miles of land in Southeast Michigan. The project area is the City’s parks system, which includes 289 city parks. The City...

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Unaatuq Board of Directors: Pilgrim Hot Springs Subarctic Oasis

Pilgrim Hot Springs is a 320-acre property located in remote Northwestern Alaska in Qawiaraqmiut traditional territory, between Hen and Chickens Hill and the Kigluaik Mountain Range. The geothermal...

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Friends of the Lower Appomattox River: Appomattox River Trail

The Appomattox River Trail is being developed on a 20+ mile stretch of the scenic Appomattox River in the Tri-Cities Region of Central Virginia from the Brasfield Dam at Lake Chesdin to the confluence...

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Urban Forestry Division, District Department of Transportation: Climate Change and the City of Trees

The project area includes street trees in the District of Columbia. There are approximately 170,00 publicly-owned trees distributed along the right of way, public schools and parks.

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Wyndham Land Trust: Aicher / Holzer Preserve

The preserve is approximately 200 acres in size and has a mixture of active farmland (hay and corn), modest forest blocks, and two ponds. In early 2020, ash trees were harvested in one of the forested...

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Mark Twain National Forest: Red Bluff Recreation Area

Red Bluff Recreation Area on the Potosi-Fredericktown Ranger District of the Mark Twain National Forest is named for towering red bluffs along the Huzzah Creek. The recreation area hosts a day-use...

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Ohio DNR Division of Forestry: Honor Camp Trail

The Honor Camp Trail is location in Hocking State Forest. This unique area is a popular tourist destination in Ohio with sandstone cliffs and a mix of oak-hickory and eastern hemlock forests. The...

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Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park: Forest Recovery in Former Cattle Pasture of the Kahuku Unit

The project focuses on 1,200 of the 12,138 acres of former cattle pasture within the Kahuku Unit, acquired as part of Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park in 2003. Kahuku sits on the southern slopes of...

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River Revitalization Foundation: Turtle Park

Milwaukee's Turtle Park began redevelopment in 2010 and is now a lively urban natural area following the completion of extensive shoreline and habitat restoration. The area attracts various wildlife...

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Vicki Rae Harder-Thorne & The Nature Conservancy: Earth Heart Farms

This property has been maintained by the same family for five generations. It was homesteaded and farmed starting in 1883 with the philosophy that chemicals and agri-business were damaging to soil and...

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Mecklenburg County: Latta Nature Preserve

The Latta Nature Preserve, covering approximately 1,460 acres, is Mecklenburg County's largest of 27 nature preserves, each with a diverse array of management and recreational activities. Latta's...

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Willistown Conservation Trust: Rushton Woods Preserve

The wooded part of the property includes wetlands, riparian forest, and two major upland forest habitats. The Lowland and Riparian Hardwoods are heavily influenced by local hydrology, with plant...

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The Nature Conservancy: West Branch Forest

West Branch Forest consists of even-aged dry oak forests with northern hardwoods limited to along streams. The topography is remote and steep with limited access. The most important factor...

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San Juan National Forest: Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) Site

The San Juan National Forest Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) study site was established on Jackson Mountain in Southwestern Colorado, ranging in elevation from 7,400 to 8,600 feet. The...

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