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Cross-boundary Planning for Resilience and Restoration of Endangered Oak Savannah and Coastal Douglas-fir Forest Ecosystems

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Conservation Planning and Design

This project aims to support dry forest and savannah habitats in The Georgia Basin. Management objectives are to synthesize existing data into GIS tools that will prioritize land acquisition and conservation investment. These tools will be used throughout British Columbia, Washington & Oregon to facilitate cross-boundary planning for the endangered forest and Savannah habitat.

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Start Date

End Date 3/31/2016

Funding$52,500

Fiscal Year Funded 2014

Project Managers Peter Arcese - The Nature Trust of British Columbia

Geographic Area British Columbia, Oregon, Washington