Organizations Filed Purposes:
The mission of the Land Conservation Assistance Network (LandCAN) is to support and develop innovative conservation programs to strengthen and sustain rural communities, economies and green businesses, and to support private sector conservation initiatives.
Support conservation programs and private sector conservation initiatives
Land Conservation Assistance Network (LandCAN) primarily develops web-based projects to support private land conservation efforts. LandCAN's suite of web-based tools and services begins with the Land Conservation Assistance Network (LandCAN), www.landcan.org. LandCAN is an online directory of conservation information and services. From federal and state funding and technical assistance programs to foresters, lawyers, and estate planners to articles familiarizing landowners with conservation options, users can search the over 50,000 resources that compromise 60,000 listings, resulting in over 130,000 pages throughout our main site, nine state sites, (ME, CA, MS, AR, LA, ID, CO, TX, VA) and the HabitatCAN.org website. (Continued on Schedule O...)The LandCAN database allows for these resources to be searched by zip code, town, county, state, or by the various categories of services. LandCAN continues to develop state specific websites to hone in on individual state conservation needs. Created in 2007, the first site in this series was the Maine Land Conservation Assistance Network, www.mainelandcan.org. The website provides a comprehensive menu of conservation services for private landowners, and supports those sustainably managing Maine's natural resources and open space, like local farmers, foresters, and alternative energy retailers. Since then, LandCAN has developed additional state specific sites for California, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Idaho, Colorado, Texas and our newly launched state site for Virginia. Our future plans include adding additional state sites and we are currently working towards adding the Monarch Butterfly to our www.HabitatCAN.org site currently hosting the Lesser Prairie Chicken (LPC) and the Sage Grouse.
Grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture - Natural Resources Conservation Service. Project Title/Description: Provide landowners a Web-based suite of products with critical information, tools, resources, and service providers for land conservation initiatives. This project was successfully completed in Q3 of 2019.(Continued on Schedule O...)Grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). Project Title: Supporting Conservation Delivery on Private Lands. Project Achievements: Expansion of the Habitat Conservation Assistance Network; Support hunting, fishing, recreational shooting, and wildlife conservation opportunities and coordination with states, tribes and territories; Support efforts to improve habitat quality in western big-game winter range and migration corridors; Support USFWS's Partners for Fish and Wildlife program. This project was successfully completed in Q4 of 2019.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Amos S Eno||President/Executive Director||40||$212,885|
|Willard Dyche||Project Developer||40||$131,885|
|Pamela K Mcclelland||Secretary||1||$0|
|Michael P Wood||Director||1||$0|
|George L Ohrstrom Ii||Director||1||$0|
|Cynthia Lummis||Director (end 10/19)||1||$0|
|Ethan L Lane||Director||1||$0|
|Roger Kelley||Director (end 8/19)||1||$0|
|Andrea Howell||Director (end 12/19)||1||$0|
|James W Gorman Jr||Director||1||$0|
|Gordon A Echols||Director||1||$0|
|Thomas M Ackerman||Director||1||$0|
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