How can private land be counted in the 30 x 30 efforts proposed by the Biden Administration? Megan Jenkins and Harrison Naftel explain.
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– Lady Bird Johnson
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Public Interest Comment: Interagency Efforts to Develop the American Conservation and Stewardship Atlas
In this comment authors examine two promising tools for private conservation that should be included in the US' 30 by 30 efforts.
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