Agenda for SECAS Symposium at 2015 SEAFWA conference now available
The Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS) Symposium will be held at the annual SEAFWA conference on Wednesday, November 4 from 8am to 12 noon. The symposium is right in line with the conference theme for the Southeast Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies annual conference theme: Conserving Large Landscapes. Examples of other topics include
- Tuesday, 8 – 10 am, Identifying State Frameworks for Large-scale Conservation of At-risk Species in the Southeast;
- Tuesday, 1 – 3 pm, Large Landscapes and Biodiversity Conservation in the South;
- Tuesday, 1 – 3 pm, Landscape-scale Wildlife Habitat Conservation and Local Government Land Use Planning.
The flow of the SECAS session is
- SECAS as envisioned by leadership in the southeast, and current activities;
- LCCs as the hosts of conservation blueprints at various stages of development;
- access to conservation network designs and supporting information through the Conservation Planning Atlas;
- the role of the Southeast Climate Science Center with more specific information about 2 current projects;
- a fine example of one collaboration for conservation delivery;
- a synthesis of the Gulf as a working example of complex science-planning-implementation;
- and summary/forward looking thoughts from Bill Uihlein of USFWS.
Download the full SECAS Symposium Agenda
A related workshop "Realizing the Vision for Fish & Wildlife in a Changing Southeastern Landscape" will be hosted bythe Southeast Climate Science Center and the National Wildlife Federation, immediately following.