The Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (ALCC) supports conservation in the arctic by providing applied science and tools to land managers and policy makers. It is a self-directed partnership that functions through a structure of at-large partners, a core staff, and a steering committee of cooperating agencies and organizations. Its geographic scope ranges across North America from Alaska to Labrador. The Alaska portion encompasses three eco-regions: the Brooks Range, the Arctic Foothills, and the Arctic Coastal Plain.
Find out more about the Imiq Hydroclimate Database and Data Portal on the Imiq project page.
Maps depicting the general boundaries of the Arctic LCC are available on the Arctic LCC Boundary Maps page. The maps are available in formats suitable for both presentations and printing.
Go to the Arctic LCC Logos page to download the logo.