Project involvement of the Landscape Conservation Initiative at NAU
LCI at Northern Arizona University is involved in projects related to grassland conservation in partnership with several local, regional, and national organizations.
Developing a Conservation Science Program and Landscape Assessment for the Kane and Two Mile Ranches on the Kaibab Plateau
Using a science-based approach, and collaborating closely with the Grand Canyon Trust, Arizona Game and Fish Department, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and a diversity of other agencies and organizations, we are working to restore and conserve biological diversity and ecosystem function across the Kane and Two Mile Ranches and adjacent public lands on the Arizona Strip and nearby areas of the Colorado Plateau Read more about the Kaibab Plateau.
Ecology and Conservation of Arid Grasslands
An experimental research program that involves divergent interests in the grazing debate including ranchers, environmentalists, public servants, and interested citizens. Read more about the Arid Grasslands.