About the Northeast Conservation Planning Atlas

The Northeast Conservation Planning Atlas (CPA) is a science-based mapping platform where practitioners can view, retrieve, and perform analyses on spatial information with specific conservation goals in mind.

Data can be searched, viewed, and used in analyses. Additionally, you can upload your own data to your account to be used in conjunction with these datasets.

The CPA provides a platform to create galleries that showcase a cohesive collection of spatial information and supporting documentation. Several galleries are being created and curated.

The CPA also allows users to create groups of members from different organizations that may have shared conservation goals. Within a group, you can perform analyses, upload data, and share information for other group members to use.

The CPA was created to create a common platform and communication method for conservation partners.

For questions or comments on the Northeast Conservation Planning Atlas  please contact Renee Vieira Farnsworth (renee_farnsworth@fws.gov) or BJ Richardson (bj_richardson@fws.gov).