Alaska – Part of a National Network
Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) are applied conservation science partnerships between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other federal agencies, states, tribes, NGOs, universities and stakeholders within a geographically defined area. They are intended to be true cooperatives, formed and directed by their partner agencies and organizations. While the State of Alaska has been an integral partner in the development of the Arctic and Western Alaska LCCs, they have declined to participate on the steering committees of the Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands and the Northwestern Boreal LCCs. Visit the Service’s National LCC web site to learn more about the 22 LCCs across the nation.
Landscape Conservation Cooperative in Alaska is a quarterly newsletter to share information about LCCs within Alaska and provide updates on their accomplishments.
Spring 2013 Newsletter (pdf)
Spring 2012 Newsletter
Fall 2012 Newsletter (pdf)
Winter 2011 Newsletter (pdf)
Summer 2011 Newsletter (pdf)
For more information and to learn how you can participate please visit the respective LCC in your area.
Terrestrial areas of the five LCCs within Alaska; marine areas of Alaska LCCs shown in light blue.
Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands
Visit the Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands LCC website for the 2012 Annual Report and other news.
Doug Burn - Coordinator
Aaron Poe - Science Coordinator
Visit the Arctic LCC website for the 2012 Annual Report and other news.
Greg Balogh - Coordinator
Philip Martin - Science Coordinator
Visit the Northwest Boreal LCC website for the 2012 Annual Report and other news.
John DeLapp - Coordinator
Amanda Robertson - Interim Science Coordinator
North Pacific LCC
Visit the North Pacific LCC website for more information.
John Mankowski - Coordinator
Mary Mahaffy - Science Coordinator
Western Alaska LCC
Visit the Western Alaska LCC website for the 2012 Annual Report and other news.
Karen Murphy - Coordinator
Joel Reynolds - Science Coordinator