Sentinel Landscapes are working or natural lands important to the Nation’s defense mission - places where preserving the working and rural character of key landscapes strengthens the economies of farms, ranches, and forests; conserves habitat and natural resources; and protects vital test and training missions conducted on those military installations that anchor such landscapes. A Sentinel Landscape program weaves together funding from USDA, US Department of Defense, and US Department of the Interior.
The AACOG Sentinel Landscape initiative seeks to:
Achieve Sentinel Landscape designation at Federal and State levels to protect Camp Bullis
Organize conservation stakeholders to collaborate on preservation & conservation of natural or working lands around Camp Bullis to sustain its military training mission
Collaborate on funding and strategy necessary to maximize conservation effects within a designated landscape
Organize for, and submit REPI Challenge application in 2021
More information about the Sentinel Landscape program can be found here: