Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS) Steering Committee
The Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS) Steering Committee provides oversight and strategic direction to the SECAS partnership to strengthen collaboration for landscape-scale conservation while honoring differing responsibilities and authorities among participating agencies and organizations. SECAS serves as a regional forum for collaboration and as a science and information hub to inform conservation decisions across jurisdictions. Steering Committee members help to guide the actions of designated Points of Contact to support, promote, and improve the products and services of SECAS. Committee members communicate the priorities and actions of SECAS among SEAFWA agencies and other partner organizations.
Virtual Climate and Conservation Coffee, December 2, 9–10 am ET
SECAS Third Thursday Web Forum, October 21 @ 10 – 11 am ET
SECAS and America the Beautiful - 30 X 30, Monday, October 18 from 1:20 - 5 pm ET
Webinar on using fire regimes as ecosystem indicators: SEFireMap, Southeast Conservation Blueprint, and other applications, Thursday, July 15th, 10 a.m. Eastern