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O2O April 2022 Partnership Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Kimberly Tillman O2O North Florida Land Trust
42:20
Kimberly Tillman, North Florida Land Trust, O2O Program Coordinator.
Thomas Scott
42:49
Thomas Scott
Larame Ferry
43:27
Larame Ferry, Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Land Conservation Coordinator
Katie Conrad
43:33
NE Florida Coastal Coordinator, USFWS
Vivienne Sclater, Archbold
43:36
Vivienne Sclater, Archbold Biological Statio, Director of Data and Technology
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
43:47
Tom Hoctor, Director, Center for Landscape Conservation Planning, University of Florida
schroeder_s
43:54
Steve Schroeder, SRWMD, Office of Administration Chief (land acquisitions/surplus)
Sine Murray
43:57
Sine Murray, Program Manager Florida Forever, Department of Environmental Protection.
Jason Lauritsen FL Corridor Foundation
43:58
Jason Lauritsen
Matthew Corby - Camp Blanding
43:58
Good morning all. Matthew Corby, Conservation Manager for Camp Blanding Joint Training Center.
Chad Allison
43:59
Chad Allison; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Partners for Fish and Wildlife/Coastal Program Coordinator
Sarah Lockhart, UF
44:00
Sarah Lockhart, PhD Student, Center for Landscape Conservation Planning, University of Florida
Josh Daskin, Archbold
44:00
Joshua Daskin, Archbold Biological Station, Director of Conservation.
Thomas Scott
44:00
Thomas ScottOsceola National ForestDistrict Ranger- Employee recruitment
Brian.Zielinski
44:02
Brian Zielinski, USDA NRCS, Acting ASTC for Partnerships
Thomason_m
44:10
Mickey Thomason- Park Manager Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway Florida Park Service
Michael.Bush
44:10
Michael Bush, USDA-NRCS (Gainesville), Wetland Reserve Easement Program Coordinator
Hugh, SRWMD
44:12
Hugh Thomas, Exe Director @ Suwannee River Water Management District
Susan Carr
44:19
Susan Carr. Strategic Conservation Manager for the Alachua Conservation Trust!! Biggest challenge? Landowner engagement and conservation funding...
Jim McCarthy - North Florida Land Trust
44:19
Jim McCarthy, president, North Florida Land Trust. Securing the funding to acquire property or easements
tthornley
44:20
Travis Thornley, USFS, Wildlife Biologist, Osceola NF
Jeremy Olson
44:21
Good morning! Jeremy Olson, St. Johns River Water Management District, Program Manager, Bureau of Land Resources
Rebecca Shelton
44:23
Rebecca Shelton, TNC, Forest Project Manager/LIT Lead
Beverly.McCarroll
44:35
Beverly McCarroll, State Biologist, NRCS
cat ingram
44:43
Cat Ingram, Forest Legacy Program, Florida Forest Service
Sam Baraoidan
44:44
Sam Baraoidan, Project Associate at WildLandscapes International
Anne Barkdoll _ District 2 Admin
44:46
Anne Barkdoll, Div Recreation and Parks, District Biologist
Chad Allison
44:48
always trying to find willing landowners in need of habitat management/restoration
Ramesh Buch
44:53
Ramesh Buch, NFLT Director of Conservation Acquisitions. Challenge is meeting goal of 140K acres in 28 years. Need to move past talking and planning to action. Need to document action.
Jason Lauritsen FL Corridor Foundation
44:59
Jason LauritsenJason@floridawildifecorridor.org239.229.8170Chief Conservation OfficerFlorida Wildlife Corridor Foundation
Kent Wimmer-Defenders of Wildlife (he/him/his)
45:02
Kent Wimmer, Defenders of Wildlife, Coordinator for the Northwest Florida Sentinel Landscape. Challenge - figuring out how our partners can effectively contribute to sentinel landscape.
Jason Ballard
45:09
Jason Ballard, FWC, Private Lands Biologist- Ocala, Central Florida
Erica Hernandez Alachua Conservation Trust
45:17
Erica Hernandez, Conservation Director, Alachua Conservation Trust
Bjørn Parramoure, Putnam Land Conservancy
45:18
Bjørn Parramoure - Conservationist @ Putnam Land Conservancy - Challenge: producing a sharable image that communicates the heart behind wildlife corridors
Sarah Gledhill
45:20
Good morning! Sarah Gledhill, VP of the Florida Wildlife Federation. Based in St Johns County
Eve Shackleton- USFS Ocala NF
45:31
Eve Shackleton- USFS- Special Uses Program Manager. I'm pretty new to this so I'm learning about our partners and the process for grabbing land for conservation.
Matthew Chopp
45:44
Matthew Chopp, FWC-USFS Shared Stewardship Coordinator at Osceola NF ...Biggest challenge? - Framing "landscape conservation" around the good work colleagues are already conducting..
Kimberly Tillman O2O North Florida Land Trust
46:28
Please introduce yourself with your name, organization, and job title. I would love to know your biggest challenge right now in and outside of the O2O as well.
Eve Shackleton- USFS Ocala NF
46:43
Biggest challenge? Lots of work to do here (Ocala NF)- no people to do it...yet.
Kimberly Hall
46:50
NFLT
Brian Branciforte (FL Fish and Wildlife)
46:52
Brian Branciforte, FWC, Wildlife Diversity Conservation. Challenge- too much to do!
Kimberly Hall
46:53
Kimberly (Kim) Hall | Conservation Transaction Manager
Cassie Froeba
47:07
Cassie Froeba, North Florida Land Trust, Director of Operations
Joe Vaughn
47:09
Joe Vaughn - FWC, Landowner Assistance Program (LAP)
Sheila Theus, SJRWMD
47:16
Sheila Theus, SJRWMD, Director Real Estate Services
Sara May
47:20
Hi. Sara May, USDA-NRCS, Easement Program Specialist
Heather Nagy
47:38
Heather Nagy, Conservation Acquisitions Coordinator, North Florida Land Trust
Mark.Asleson
47:53
Mark Asleson - FWC Landowner Assistance Program
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
48:12
Biggest challenge is protecting our strategic priorities based on the strong science foundation we have and keep working on. And making sure that the organizations that are doing the difficult land conservation work with the landowners and other partners get the credit for their hard work and successes. That is a statewide issue currently.
Dan Pearson
48:16
Dan Pearson, FDEP, Div of Rec & Parks, District Biologist
Ivan Green
48:56
Ivan Green Deputy Forest Supervisor National Forest in Florida.
Howard Wanamaker - Clay County Manager
54:02
Howard Wanamaker, Clay County Manager
Tony Grossman FWC
01:01:25
How often is FLUCCS updated?
Rebecca Shelton
01:02:18
Is there a FLUM similar to this (statewide)?
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
01:07:08
FLUCCS is maintained at Water Management District scale. In recent iterations the three larger peninsular WMDs have been updating FLUCCS for their districts whereas the FDEP maintains FLUCCS for the Suwannee and NW Florida districts. So dates vary by district, though most have updates that are no older than approximately 3 years old. FDEP aggregates a statewide version available on their GIS website and through the Florida Geographic Data Library (FGDL) that should indicate what years the various parts of the statewide version are from.
Jason Lauritsen FL Corridor Foundation
01:07:37
Sarah - I recall FLUCCS having a Land Cover layer in addition to the Land Use layer. How does the CLC v3.5 compare to FLUCCS Land Cover? Is there a crosswalk?
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
01:08:00
There is now a statewide Future Land Use Map available in FGDL that I think is updated to 2019-2020.
Rebecca Shelton
01:09:29
Thank you
Kathy Bronson - USFS
01:09:31
The Forest Service ownership has changed since some of these dates
Jason Lauritsen FL Corridor Foundation
01:09:49
American Farmland Trust might have data they could share from their Farms Under Threat assessments.
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
01:10:16
Jason, there is a crosswalk and the land use portions of FLUCCS are used for the land use portions of the CLC. But the most recent version of the CLC includes updates to ONLY natural communities and not land uses from FLUCCS. And that is an issue that is currently being resolved though it will take at least a few months before there is a new combined version of CLC.
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
01:12:13
Jason, yes, we will be talking to American Farmland Trust for their data that is relevant to the new Florida 2070 update as well as FEGN strategic prioritization and this project specifically. We also expect to collaborate with them to provide additional crosswalks between their results and the Florida Agriculture 2070 results.
Rebecca Shelton
01:13:37
Sarah- May we have your contact information?
Erica Hernandez Alachua Conservation Trust
01:13:56
Will you send out the list of what you plan on having as base data so we can keep track of what we might suggest as additional layers?
Michael Bush
01:14:20
Both location overlays options would be good, at USDA we use TSR (PLSS) exclusively
Kimberly Tillman O2O North Florida Land Trust
01:14:31
https://padlet.com/ktillman6/82j7kp6bqcbs1u76
Erica Hernandez Alachua Conservation Trust
01:15:00
Thanks Kimberly!
Erica Hernandez Alachua Conservation Trust
01:15:33
Nice presentation Sarah, such a great tool!
Ray Collins
01:15:51
Ray Collins - FLorida Defense Support Task Force: From the standpoint of working with land management and encroachment issues with the military bases in Florida MGRS is more useful for our organization.
Sarah Lockhart, UF
01:19:02
My contact info: S.Lockhart@ufl.edu
Thomas Scott
01:19:44
We have used GLO maps from the 1930's for historic communities.
Kimberly Tillman O2O North Florida Land Trust
01:20:21
https://padlet.com/ktillman6/82j7kp6bqcbs1u76
Reed Noss, Conservation Science, Inc.
01:22:29
Biggest challenge: Lack of funding for research on fine-scale functional connectivity (species-specific) needs
Carrie Sekerak
01:25:46
LWCF acquisition often goes to the "but for" species. But for protection this species is greatly threatened with extinction. Endemism is more important the Federal status.
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
01:32:25
Florida 2020 should be added, and then there will be an update to Florida 2070 that will be available later this year.
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
01:33:49
You could add the SECAS Conservation Blueprint map that will show priority areas into SE Georgia.
Katie Conrad
01:35:20
Ocala 2 Okefenokee
Sine Murray
01:36:23
Will you be able to upload a shapefile of a potential project? Sorry if I missed this..
Rebecca Shelton
01:39:13
Ownership changes very fast.
Sarah Lockhart, UF
01:40:09
Hi Sine- not sure I understand the question. If you have shapefiles you would like to contribute to the Viewer please send it to Kimberly!
Dan Pearson
01:40:16
Why not just include the parcel number, and then it is easy to look up the info on the property appraiser sites.
Bjørn Parramoure, Putnam Land Conservancy
01:40:33
Yeah, that's a good balance.
Kimberly Tillman O2O North Florida Land Trust
01:41:41
https://padlet.com/ktillman6/82j7kp6bqcbs1u76
Jason Lauritsen FL Corridor Foundation
01:42:15
jumping on the shapefile upload conversation. Having the ability to create your own layer, or polygons (even if temporary) in order to create a map that reflects alternatives etc, that shouldn't, or don't need to be part of the permanent layers.
Ginger Feagle
01:42:51
Maintaining Landowner trust is very important. The extra step to look at property appraiser website yourself rather than have landowner name readily available is worth effort.
Rebecca Shelton
01:43:37
We are about 30 day out when switching ownerships records and subdivision of parcels. Marion County was at 45 days.
Reed Noss, Conservation Science, Inc.
01:43:53
I think the extra step is awkward. Land ownership is public information.
Ivan Green
01:47:26
Kimberly great info and tools, sorry I have another meeting I have to get to. Keep up the good work.
Kathy Bronson - USFS
01:48:17
Will any of the data be downloadable? You might have said
Rebecca Shelton
01:49:00
I can send you files on TNCs Fire data and historic LL Range.
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
01:49:59
Tall Timbers has created and is maintaining a fire GIS data layer for Florida.
Sarah Lockhart, UF
01:50:13
You will be able to print maps, but we may have to look into other options for downloads
Rebecca Shelton
01:52:28
Google Earth Pro allows for several new file types.
Matthew Chopp, FWC-USFS
01:52:42
FYI, the Conservation Planning Atlas simple viewer has an easy "report out" function that produces a .pdf report with hyperlinks to the online project area analysis. That could be a good "print" function for the O2O tool...
Sarah Lockhart, UF
01:53:00
Interesting! Thank you
Jason Lauritsen FL Corridor Foundation
01:53:18
FDOT and FFWCC data sets to considr adding.Bear and Panther mortality data, "wildlife crossings" data would be helpful. These data
Thomas Scott
01:54:12
Great meeting today and wonderful mapping tool. I have to step away for another meeting. Reach out anytime.
Kent Wimmer-Defenders of Wildlife (he/him/his)
01:54:23
Does your map include military overlays used in the NE Fla Sentinel Landscape application?
Jason Lauritsen FL Corridor Foundation
01:55:38
Regarding the Wildlife Crossings data, Dist 1 has been doing an inventory of existing structures and their functional utility as wildlife crossings even if they aren't designed as crossing, to get a better picture. But I think these data are lacking in Dist 2 and Dist 5.
Tom Hoctor, University of Florida
02:04:44
We will also be releasing FEGN component layers (such as the FEGN Major River Connectivity layer) for use in viewers like this. This project will be the first place those layers will be available, but we will also have an FEGN statewide viewer in a few months.
Eve Shackleton- USFS Ocala NF
02:05:50
Good stuff, very interesting!! Thank you!\
Kathy Bronson - USFS
02:07:38
Ocala National forest would like to be a part of that, or at least I would (GIS)
Matthew Chopp, FWC-USFS
02:07:41
will you please share link to the recording with us by email? -I missed a few chat comments and it'd be great to review the meeting...
Sarah Lockhart, UF
02:08:13
Thank you all for the wonderful feedback, discussions and questions! Exciting to work with you all!
Sheila Theus, SJRWMD
02:08:50
Thanks for really great information.
Thomason_m
02:09:05
Thanks Kimberly and everyone.
Travis Thornley
02:09:13
Looks like a great tool! Thank you
Andi Christman
02:09:17
Thank you!
Ray Collins - FL Defense Support Task Force
02:09:26
Thank you, Sarah and Kimberly. Very productive meeting!
Kimberly Hall
02:09:30
Thank you!!!
Reed Noss, Conservation Science, Inc.
02:09:34
Thanks, this is a great project
Hugh, SRWMD
02:09:40
Thanks Kimberly! This will be a powerful tool.
Sine Murray
02:09:45
Thank you NFLT!
Kimberly Tillman O2O North Florida Land Trust
02:09:56
https://o2owildlifecorridor.org/
Rebecca Shelton
02:10:05
Great job ladies!
Michael Bush
02:10:45
I would hang out longer, but I have a RCPP Proposal review meeting on new proposals...great meeting and very excited for the online mapping tool!
Cherie.Keller
02:10:58
Thanks! This was great - I am so glad that I am here!