Connecting the upper Columbia Valley: Habitat linkages for species at risk

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TitleConnecting the upper Columbia Valley: Habitat linkages for species at risk
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Conference2011
AuthorsAdams I, Jamieson B, Petersen D
Conference NameCMI Annual Researcher's Meeting
Pagination4
PublisherColumbia Mountain Insitute of Applied Ecology
Conference LocationRevelstoke, B.C.
KeywordsANIMALS, Ecology, Species at Risk
Abstract

Since 2009, the Columbia Wetlands Stewardship Partners (CWSP http://www.cwsp.ca ) have been engaged in a process to facilitate the linkage of habitats in the Upper Columbia Valley between the communities of Canal Flats and Edgewater, a linear distance of 65 km. Valley bottom lands below 1100m are the main focus. This area represents a mosaic of land use planning. Applications include recovery planning for species at risk, especially habitat restoration and acquisition targets for land conservation organizations.

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