The Quebec Ecological Corridors Initiative
The Quebec Ecological Corridors Initiative proposes a collective approach to land use planning in order to increase the conservation of natural environments connected by ecological corridors. The Initiative aims to consolidate the commitment of municipal actors, woodlot owners, farmers and other key land use actors. To this end, mobilization, capacity building, recognition and action support activities are being carried out at the provincial level and in 11 regions of Quebec. The Initiative is coordinated by the Nature Conservancy of Canada, implemented by 10 organizations and supported by 100 experts. This project receives financial support from the Government of Quebec under the Action-Climat Quebec program and is consistent with the objectives of the Plan for a Green Economy 2030. Explore the interactive map to discover our projects and visit our map.
The Staying Connected Initiative
The Staying Connected Initiative is a visionary international collaboration working to preserve landscape-level forest connectivity in the northern Appalachian/Acadian region for the benefit of nature and the people who inhabit it. Our work ignores boundaries and aims to conserve habitat connectivity and the many ecological, social and economic benefits associated with healthy, interconnected natural environments. Explore the interactive map to discover our projects and visit our website.