JUST RELEASED – 14 Solutions
WCS and its grant partners are finding innovative ways to help nature adapt to climate problems across the country
Creating conditions for healthy native fish populations supporting ecosystem function of the Huron River in a changing climate
Restoring 20 playa watersheds, increasing the adaptive capacity and resilience of these ecologically significant landscapes
Facilitating ecosystem transition by reducing erosion and increasing capacity for wildlife to adapt to new conditions in fire-prone ecosystems.
Testing new forestry management techniques to help forests throughout the Great Lakes region thrive as climate change impacts increase.
Restoring headwater reaches of the Madison River watershed predicted to serve as important refugia for species as temperatures warm from climate change
Relocating beavers from nuisance situations to strategically maintain the long-term functionality of high desert ecosystems of the Colorado Plateau.
Catalyzing long-range planning for sea level rise along the Hudson River, a 160-mile-long estuary that is crucial for both people and nature.