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Grasslands: Towards a North American Conservation Strategy

Commission for Environmental Cooperation

Type Intergovernmental Organization
Organization Commission for Environmental Cooperation
Region North America
Reference Gauthier, D.A., A. Lafon, T. Toombs, J. Hoth and E.Wiken, 2003. Grasslands: Toward a North American Conservation Strategy. Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, and Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Link http://www.cec.org/Page.asp?PageID=30101&ContentID=16990&SiteNodeID=476&BL_ExpandID=161
Date modified December, 2012.

This publication is intended to provide a framework for tri- and binational cooperation between Canada, the United States and Mexico that promotes the conservation and sustainable use of central North American grasslands. Rather than providing specific beneficial practices, this report focuses on the issues and needs of the three North American countries with a view to facilitate development of a North American grasslands conservation strategy.