In September 2014 the Springs Stewardship Institute was awarded funding through the U.S. Department Of Interior's WaterSMART program for a two-year project to support the Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative (SRLCC).
The goal of this two-year project is to provide land managers, researchers, and NGOs with comprehensive, current information about springs and springs-dependent species, and to develop a landscape-based climate change risk model for the region.
We will provide this information in a secure, accessible, and user-friendly format that will allow for analysis of springs ecosystem vulnerability to land management practices and climate change.
You can explore our interactive online map of springs distribution in the Southern Rockies LCC. This information is preliminary, and many more springs remain unmapped.
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