Coordinate protection efforts for Southern Appalachian wetlands
Southern Appalachian wetlands continue to be developed or compromised resulting from human modificaiton of natural environments. Relatively few of these seeps, bogs, fens, and alluvial wetlands exist and virtually all are impaired. The BLN coordinates acquisition amongst the membership instituions.
Increase membership and outreach
As membership grows so does the diversity of perspectives and experience, which is the basis for wetland conservation. BLN strives to draw new members into conservation…..
Facilitate and/or provide learning opportunities
Learning is the acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, study, or by being taught. BLN will continue to provide a forum for experiential learning, critical thinking and dialogue amongst wetland managers
- Support on-the-ground conservation
- Working with bog managers, BLN will help coordinate field work that accomplishes the region’s most critical wetland management activities.