Ecological Connectivity Project

Madison Range, Montana. Photo credit: Mary McFadzenPhoto credit: Mary McFadzen

The Great Northern LCC Ecological Connectivity Project has developed a strategy to drive landscape connectivity work across the Great Northern geography. A leadership team directs the project while the Center for Large Landscape Conservation facilitates it. The goal of the project is to conserve a permeable landscape with connectivity across aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, including species movement, genetic connectivity, migration, dispersal, life history, and biophysical processes. Please visit the project website to learn more, explore resources, and to become involved: Ecological Connectivity Project.