Conserving Life on Earth by Connecting our Fragmented Natural World
Habitat fragmentation… climate change… unchecked development… These changes threaten the wellbeing of the wildlife and humans who share planet Earth.
Parks and other protected natural areas are essential, but what happens when development increases between them? Roads, buildings, fences, and other barriers prevent wildlife from roaming freely and disrupt the natural cycles people and animals alike rely on for food, clean air, and fresh water.
But innovative solutions exist, and we can employ them before it’s too late.
What is the Center for Large Landscape Conservation?
The Center for Large Landscape Conservation offers science, policy, and network-building expertise to communities worldwide, strategically connecting ideas, individuals, and institutions for a critical purpose: to conserve Earth’s vital large landscapes. We serve as a “hub” of a growing global movement to reverse landscape fragmentation, protect biodiversity, and restore nature’s resilience to climate change.
What We Do
Working in partnership with local communities, the Center helps to:
With your help, we can make a difference for our planet and for our future. Thank you for your support!