South Atlantic Blueprint

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The South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint is a living spatial plan to conserve natural and cultural resources for current and future generations in the face of future change. It spans parts of six states, from Virginia to Florida, including U.S. waters to 200 miles offshore. The Blueprint prioritizes the lands and waters of the South Atlantic based on the current condition of terrestrial, freshwater, and marine indicators. Through a connectivity analysis, it also identifies corridors that link coastal and inland areas and span climate gradients.

More than 180 people from over 80 different organizations have used or are using the Blueprint to bring in new resources and inform their decisions. The Blueprint integrates with neighboring priorities in a Southeast-wide plan as part of the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy.

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