|By the Numbers:|
|The Conservation Leadership Network has trained over 500 U.S. regulators spanning all 38 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Districts, and all 10 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regional offices on the development of successful conservation and mitigation banking programs.
Each year, CLN engages with over 48 partner organizations and agencies to build capacity, leadership, and forge on-the-ground conservation solutions in over 140 communities throughout the country.
A Bright Future for Rocky Fork
The nearly 10,000-acre Rocky Fork property lies within Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee and abuts the Pisgah National Forest...
Balancing Nature and Commerce in the New River Gorge Region
In October 2010, the Fund’s Conservation Leadership Network brought together local business leaders, elected officials and public land managers...
Balancing Nature And Commerce In Unicoi County
Known as “The Valley Beautiful,” this rural Appalachian community is prime for development, but it is also home to...
Blue Ridge Parkway
As one of the most visited units of the National Park Service (NPS), the Blue Ridge Parkway welcomes more than...
Conservation Banking on the Rise in Texas
Conservation banking is experiencing unprecedented interest and demand across the country. A mitigation technique first popularized in California and...
Economic Analysis for Big Bend Region of Florida
In Spring 2015, The Conservation Fund compiled a comprehensive analysis of the economy of the Big Bend region of...