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Highway agencies, wildlife ecologists focus on culverts in climate change adaptation planning

Wildlife may benefit from plans to rebuild aging or storm-damaged culverts in areas where extreme weather events are taking a toll.
Highway agencies, wildlife ecologists focus on culverts in climate change adaptation planning

Corrie Miller, left, executive director of the Ausable River Association, and Michelle Brown, a wildlife ecologist at The Nature Conservancy, stand beside a new highway culvert on Lewis Brook (NY).

Staff from NALCC partners The Nature Conservancy, including Mark Anderson, Director of Conservation Science for TNC's Eastern Region, discuss how the highway culvert has become a focal point in efforts to help communities and wildlife adapt to climate change. Read the full news article here.

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