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  • The Fire Resilience Project: Piloting ways for citizen scientists and professionals to work together effectively in helping our fire-ravaged landscapes
    Santa Barbara Botanical Garden (SBBG) and CBI successfully co-wrote a proposal to California's Proposition 1 Watershed Restoration Program. Steve Windhager, Denise Knapp, and other SBBG staff join CBI staff in partnership to develop, apply, and share a fiscally-responsible and repeatable methodology for assessing fire-damaged watersheds, and systematically prioritizing management actions.The ...
  • 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 ...
  • Klamath Basin Ecological Connectivity for Pacific marten and Pacific fisher
    Conservation Biology Institute is working with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and U.S. Forest Service to identify locations important for the Pacific marten (Martes caurina) and its close relative, the Pacific fisher (Pekania pennanti) in the Klamath River Basin region. These rare forest carnivores need habitat to ...
  • Habitat and species connectivity for Oregon
    Working with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Oregon Department of Transportation, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and other governmental and non-governmental partners, CBI is reviewing the current state of knowledge and is developing a wildlife and habitat connectivity blueprint for the State of Oregon, including the plan for generating ...
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