New Bay Area Greenprint conservation tool uses TBC3 data

Greenbelt Alliance just launched their new web-based Bay Area Greenprint tool, which provides planners, conservation practitioners, and community members with a way to access and visualize data related to biodiversity, habitat, agriculture, water, carbon, and recreation. Its goal is to help highlight and quantify the many benefits that open spaces and agricultural lands provide to our communities.

The Bay Area Greenprint tool includes climate and hydrology datasets developed by Pepperwood’s Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative (TBC3), a collective of university, non-profit and government experts focused on bringing the best available science to inform climate adaptation strategies for natural resources in California’s Coast Ranges.

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