Press Room

Staying Connected Initiative projects are making news across the region:

“The Benefit of Connected Forests & Waterways” Op-Ed by Phil Huffman in the Times Argus online October 2016

Connected Forests and Waters a Priority for the 40th Conference of New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers. August 2016

Connected Forests and Waters a Priority for the 40th Conference of New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers. FRENCH VERSION August 2016

Article on New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers Connected Forests Resolution in VT Digger August 2016

Article on SCI Wildlife Photo-monitoring project in VT Spring 2015 edition of NWF’s National Wildlife Magazine

SCI added to Eco-Logical website as a partner Spring 2015

“Saving Habitat Links” Planning Magazine, November 2014

“Can the World Really Set Aside Half of the Planet for Wildlife?” Smithsonian.com September 2014

Vermont Staying Connected 2014 Workshops. VNRC Winter, 2014

Wildlife Tracking in the Adirondacks, Huffington Post, March 26, 2013

Keeping Connected: Preserving North Country Wildlife Corridors, New Hampshire Public Radio, March 25, 2013

Breaking Travel Barriers for Maine Predators Also Protects Humans, Public News Service – ME, March 18, 2013

Breaking Travel Barriers for Upstate New York Animals Also Protects Humans, Public News Service – NY, March 14, 2013

Staying Connected, An initiative to secure habitat connectivity, The Nature Conservancy’s newsletter, Winter 2011.

The Staying Connected Initiative Comes to Lamoille County, Friends of the Green River Reservoir newsletter, Fall 2011

Land Conservation Keeps Habitat From Fragmenting, Stranding Moose, Lake George Mirror, July 1, 2011

Scientists see wild corridors as essential for the long-term health of wildlife and plants, Adirondack Explorer, March/April 2011

Wildlife Habitat is Getting Fragmented, Barton Chronicle, September 22, 2010

Group looks for Pittsford animal crossings, Rutland Herald, July 12, 2010

Effort to protect wildlife corridors launched, Vermont Public Radio, May 13, 2010

Where the wild things are, Rutland Herald, May 2, 2010

Vermont’s Critical Paths Project Helps Creatures Cross the Road, Burlington Free Press, March 14, 2010

Wildlife Habitat Conservation is on Tap in Burke, Caledonian Record