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Entries for June 2014

Protecting and Connecting the Flathead National Forest

Protecting and Connecting the Flathead National Forest
(June 23, 2014) A new report, "Conservation Legacy on a Flagship Forest: Wildlife and Wild Lands on the Flathead National Forest, Montana" by WCS Senior Scientist Dr. John Weaver, calls for completing the legacy of Wilderness lands on the Flathead National Forest in Montana. The report identifies important, secure habitats and landscape connections for five species—bull trout, westslope cutthroat trout, grizzly bears, wolverines, and mountain goats. These iconic species are vulnerable to loss of secure ha...

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WCS Canada and Ecojustice Release Report on Ontario's Far North

WCS Canada and Ecojustice Release Report on Ontario's Far North
(June 19, 2014) WCS Canada and Ecojustice just released a new report on Regional Strategic Environmental Assessment (R-SEA) -a tool that would help the newly elected Ontario government plan for big development and conservation decisions in Ontario's Far North. The region harbours globally-significant ecosystems (including the largest intact boreal forest left on the planet) and numerous First Nations communities, as well as potentially enormous mineral deposits. The government's current development project appr...

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2014 W. Garfield Weston Fellows Announcement

2014 W. Garfield Weston Fellows Announcement
(June 04, 2014) WCS Canada has a new round of W. Garfield Weston Fellows! These are graduate students that are advancing conservation in Canada through pursuing research questions that provide important information for conserving our wildlife and wild places. This fellowship program is generously supported by the W. Garfield Weston Foundation.  Check out our new fellows and their projects here.

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