Welcome to the Landscape Partnership (LP) Learning Network
Training to build skills for landscape resiliency and connect practitioners and landowners

The LP Learning Network hosts virtual courses that support landscape-level conservation. Through these trainings, practitioners and landowners can learn about decision-support tools, science-led conservation techniques, research applications in the field, and ways to improve landscapes in partnership with other stakeholders. 

The LP Learning Network is an expansion and continuation of Science Applications. Learn more about the Landscape Partnership at www.landscapepartnership.org.



    Available courses

    Community of Practice: Native Warm-Season Grass Forages and Grazing Management for Bobwhites

    Welcome to the Community of Practice for Native Warm-Season Grass Forages and Grazing Management fo…
    Course Image Native Grasses Webinar: Course on Native Warm-Season Grass Forages and Grazing Management for Bobwhites

    Native Grasses Webinar: Course on Native Warm-Season Grass Forages and Grazing Management for Bobwhites

    COMING SOON The webinar is targeted to technical advisors who develop grazing management plans with…
    Course Image Riparian Restoration to Promote Climate Change Resilience

    Riparian Restoration to Promote Climate Change Resilience

    An innovative riparian planting and restoration decision support tool, funded by the Appalachian LC…
    Course Image Vulnerability Assessment of Species and Habitats to Large-scale Impacts

    Vulnerability Assessment of Species and Habitats to Large-scale Impacts

    The Appalachian region is rich in biodiversity that is highly threatened by energy production, deve…
    Course Image Cave / Karst

    Cave / Karst

    The Classification and Mapping of Cave and Karst Resources page and the Cave and Karst Resources Ga…
    Course Image Appalachian Naturescape

    Appalachian Naturescape

    Well-connected landscapes are necessary to sustain many of the natural and cultural resources impor…
    Course Image Ecosystem Benefits and Risks

    Ecosystem Benefits and Risks

    Ecosystem services are the benefits people receive from nature. These are abundant in the Appalachi…
    Course Image Energy Forecast Modeling

    Energy Forecast Modeling

    Models of wind, shale gas, and coal development for the entire study area have been created to pred…
    Course Image Marxan Training

    Marxan Training

    Marxan is among the most widely used conservation planning tools throughout the world and its outpu…
    Course Image The Science of Conservation Planning

    The Science of Conservation Planning

    Conservation planning identifies and prioritizes lands that encompass important natural and/or cult…
    Course Image Maximizing the use of the Landscape Partnership web portal

    Maximizing the use of the Landscape Partnership web portal

    Using the Landscape Partnership Web Portal
    Course Image Overview:  Key Science Investments

    Overview: Key Science Investments

    How can science investments work for you? This section delivers a set of short video presentations …
    Course Image At-Risk Species Conservation: Orientation

    At-Risk Species Conservation: Orientation

    The US Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is working under a new framework in evaluating status an…
    Course Image  Species Status Assessment Framework

    Species Status Assessment Framework

    This is a condensed training, an overview, about the Species Status Assessment (SSA) process. The o…
    Course Image Pre-Listing Conservation

    Pre-Listing Conservation

    The US Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is working under a new framework in evaluating status an…