AMJV Partnership Receives $8 Million RCPP Award to Enhance Cerulean Habitat

January 27th, 2015|News, Planning|

A project proposal from the Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture (AMJV) Partnership was one of 115 high-impact projects to receive in total more than $370 million as part of the new Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP), Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today. “Partners are seeing the value of conservation and investing in their future,” Vilsack said. “These partnerships [...]

Rebuilding Habitat Shoreline Resilience in the San Francisco Bay

March 5th, 2014|Planning, Research|

"Flood Control 2.0: Rebuilding habitat shoreline resilience through improved flood control channel design and management" is an ambitious effort to restore stream and wetland habitats, water quality, and shoreline resilience to the San Francisco Bay. The project is a partnership between the San Francisco Estuary Partnership, San Francisco Bay Joint Venture, San Francisco Estuary Institute, [...]

Forest Management Guidelines for Cerulean Warblers

March 4th, 2014|Bird Conservation, Collaboration, Habitat Conservation, News, Planning|

The Appalachian Mountain Joint Venture worked with partners to develop new Forest Management Guidelines for improving the condition of Appalachian hardwood forests for Cerulean Warbler. This species’ population has plummeted by nearly 70% over the last half century, with the loss and degradation of large areas of mature deciduous forest contributing to those declines. The [...]