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Natural Heritage New Mexico wins 2013 NatureServe Network Award for Conservation Impact

Published date: 
Tue, 04/16/2013

Network peers recognize achievements of network member

Baltimore, Maryland (April 16, 2013)—Natural Heritage New Mexico (NHNM) received the 2013 Conservation Impact Award last night at the NatureServe network’s annual Biodiversity Without Boundaries conference in Baltimore.

North Carolina Natural Heritage Program Earns 2013 NatureServe Network Award for Science & Technical Achievement

Published date: 
Tue, 04/16/2013

Network peers recognize achievements of Raleigh-based member

The North Carolina Natural Heritage Program (NCNHP) received the 2013 Scientific and Technical Advancement Award last night at the NatureServe network’s annual Biodiversity Without Boundaries conference in Baltimore. NCNHP is one of three members of the NatureServe network whose achievements earned the recognition from their peers this year.

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Biodiversity Profile: Oblong Rocksnail

 

Scientific name: Leptoxis compacta

Status: Presumed extinct, until a single population was discovered recently in Alabama. This freshwater gastropod is still highly susceptible to a single catastrophic extinction event, such as a large pollution incident or a natural climactic threat.

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Philanthropy comes with both an urge to make a difference and the satisfaction of knowing that you are taking action. For most NatureServe supporters, it is about giving to conserve our shared natural heritage and supporting the special places and species we care about.

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William D. Ruckelshaus Receives 2012 NatureServe Conservation Award

NatureServe presented William D. Ruckelshaus with the 2012 Conservation Award during the Biodiversity Without Boundaries conference in Portland, Oregon, in April. The award recognizes Mr.

Shaping the Issues that Affect our World

In recent months, NatureServe scientists have authored or co-authored six scientific publications illuminating pressing global conservation issues and their impact on efforts to protect our natural world. Here are some of the highlights:

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