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California Protected Areas Database (CPAD), Conservation Lands Network, and 30x30
The California Protected Areas Database (CPAD) and California Conservation Easement Database (CCED) are essential parts of how land conservation is accounted for and tracked in California. The CPAD ​​serves up data that informs regional conservation goal-setting like the Conservation Lands Network as well as the state’s efforts to track efforts to conserve 30% of lands and waters by 2030. Conservation practitioners can look to CPAD when considering how a particular place fits into a larger context. Funding agencies use CPAD in their decision making, and practitioners can use CPAD data to make the case for funding. We’ll talk about all of that and how to provide, access, and use the data to advance conservation.

This is part two in a 2-part series about innovative tools for regional conservation and 30x30. Learn more here:

Mar 29, 2023 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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