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(ECP and CTSP grantees, reports, and other sites of interest for conservation geograpy, mapping and GIS. Grantees are coded by program and year of grant at the end of their name/state, i.e. e91 means ECP grant in 1991. c=cstp, cm=ctsp-mac, cs=ctsp-software)


CommEn Space, Wa e98 (1305 4th Ave. Suite 1000, Seattle, WA 98101, Phone: 206-749-0112, Fax: 206-749-0112, E-mail: info@commenspace.org) CommEn Space's Community & Environment Spatial Analysis Center provides affordable mapping and geographic information technologies to environmental and community organizations in the Pacific Northwest. Visit their Featured Projects page to see what this organization has accomplished.

Conservation Fund, Southeast Regional Office, Chapel Hill NC c96 (The Conservation Fund, North Carolina Office, P.O. Box 271, Chapel Hill, NC, 27514, Phone: 919-967-2223, Fax: 919- 967-9702). GIS Contact, Will Allen, Director of Geographic Information Services,
wallen@conservationfund.org. The Conservation Fund builds partnerships to preserve our nation's wildlife habitat, working landscapes and community open space. With support from the ESRI Conservation Program, The Conservation Fund has developed a GIS program that provides services to other organizations seeking to harness the power of GIS to achieve on-the-ground conservation results. The Fund's Strategic conservation Planning Services provide customized tools for foundations, corporations, federal and state agencies, land trusts, and local governments to achieve their conservation objectives. Products include rapid open space assessments, conservation atlases, customized explorer applications, planning support systems, prioritization models, and applications training.

Conservation International, Wash DC e91 (2501 M Street, NW Suite 200, Washington, DC, 20037, (202-429-5660), GIS contact: John Musinsky, (202-429-5660), E-mail: j.musinsky@conservation.org). Conservation International's mission is to conserve the Earth's living natural heritage, our global biodiversity, and to demonstrate that human societies are able to live harmonioiusly with nature. CI's Center for Applied Biodiversity Science's GIS & Mapping Laboratory Conservation program is a multi-faceted entity with a wide range of available products and services. The preparation and creation of professional map products for a variety of uses and applications, the provision of guidance, advice and assistance to CI departmental mapmakers and GIS users, and the maintenance and support of the conservation database are all GIS & Mapping Lab responsibilities.

Defenders of Wildlife, Wash DC (1101 14th Street NW, Suite 1400, Washington, D.C. 20005, Phone: 202-682-9400, E-mail: info@defenders.org) Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities. We focus our programs on what scientists consider two of the most serious environmental threats to the planet: the accelerating rate of extinction of species and the associated loss of biological diversity, and habitat alteration and destruction. Their On-Line Library lists many useful publications. Don't miss their excellent report Saving Biodiversity: A Status Report on State Laws, Policies and Programs, which includes a state by state review of biodiversity GIS and data programs. See also The Citizen's Wildlife Refuge Planning Handbook Charting the Future of Conservation on the National Wildlife Refuge Near You. Their Biodiversity Center also published The Case for a Constitutional Amendment for Biodiversity .


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