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Adding the Impacts of Climate Change to a Strategic Plan: Big Sur Land Trust

CAKE Case Study

The Big Sur Land Trust has incorporated the potential effects of climate change into its program management and long-term strategic conservation plan. Specifically, the Big Sur Land Trust staff is considering changes in fire regimes, stream flow, and impacts to restoration projects. Currently, the Big Sur Land Trust conserves roughly 5,800 acres of land; they are working to anticipate the impacts climate change will have and preparing management strategies to address these expectations.

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