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  • Alaska Yellow Cedar gene conservation in Klamath Region (CA and OR)
    CBI is collaborating with the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest and the Klamath National Forest in their effort to conserve the Alaska yellow Cedar in its southern range, located in Southern Oregon and Northern California, where it faces extreme extinction risk due to climate change. Concerted conservation efforts are needed to ...
  • Developing Updateable Habitat Models for Endangered Stephens’ Kangaroo Rats
    The Stephens’ kangaroo rat (Dipodomys stephensi) is an adorable endangered mammal of grassland habitats in southern California. CBI is helping to conserve the species using satellite technology and advanced mapping techniques. Kangaroo rats (or Krats, as biologists often call them) are seed-eating rodents restricted to arid regions of southwestern North ...
  • Primary and Intact Rainforest Assessment and Protection Campaign, British Columbia, Canada
    Primary forests make up approximately one-third of the world’s remaining forests. Globally, they are grossly under-represented in protected areas and subject to industrial-scale logging and “sustainable forest management” that otherwise fragment intact areas. They face unprecedented threats from logging, mining, energy development, and climate change. British Columbia contains two globally ...
  • Fort Bragg Headlands Consortium Mapping Project
    In this project, CBI is a member of and also providing support to the Fort Bragg Headlands Consortium, with a mission to to help achieve environmentally sound restoration and development solutions that will improve the quality of life and economy for current and future residents of
our Coast.  CBI’s ...
  • Landscape connectivity for Oregon and Washington- West of the Cascades
    Landscape connectivity is critical for species dispersal and population resilience. This project is part of the collaborative Landscape Conservation Design (LCD) for the Pacific Northwest coastal ecoregion and conducted in partnership with the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative. The goal is to identify connectivity pathways and prioritize corridors for 2-4 ...
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