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2023 Graduates
An Ecosystem All Their Own

The Institute for Integrative Conservation connects W&M with the world, and vice versa

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The IIC Fall 2023 Newsletter

Summer news and fall updates from the Institute for Integrative Conservation

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Sandhill crane research published

CRP student Emilio Luz-Ricca publishes population monitoring research on sandhill cranes

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Summer 2022 Research in Mexico

The IIC-sponsored project is teaming scientists with Indigenous people to preserve and monitor the vegetation of their bio-rich ancestral lands and share knowledge with each other.  The project is centered in the trans-Mexican volcanic belt surrounding the southern end of Mexico City. 

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Changing the World

When we were first asked to write a proposal that detailed what William & Mary could do for global conservation, we did not realize the significance of this life-changing endeavor. Like seeing an okapi in the wild, an opportunity like this doesn’t come along very often.