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A monarch caterpillar eats antelope horn milkweed growing at Shield Ranch. (Originally Published on Environmental Defense Fund’s Growing Returns Blog) By David Wolfe A few weeks ago, I visited Shield Ranch, a 6,000-acre property devoted to responsible cattle management and wildlife conservation. I made the visit to the ranch – less than 20 …Continue Reading
USAID’s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment Bureau for Forestry and Biodiversity launched the Biodiversity Conservation Gateway on its Natural Resource Management Portal to advance USAID’s Biodiversity Policy. EI’s Measuring Impact project and its varied publications are featured prominently throughout the site…Continue Reading
On October 1, 2015, the video storyboard entry by Environmental Incentives (EI) and Foundations of Success (FOS) was chosen as a winner of USAID’s Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting Case Competition. The case focuses on EI’s Measuring Impact project and the launch of the Biodiversity Cross-Mission Learning Program. The superior analysis …Continue Reading
A recent article published by vox.com profiles efforts by EDF, Monarch Lab and Environmental Incentives to establish the Monarch Butterfly Habitat Exchange. Dubbed the “AirBnB for Butterflies,” this program would “create an exchange where investors and conservationists could pay farmers, ranchers, and other landowners to set aside protected space filled with milkweeds along the monarchs’… Read more »Continue Reading