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'Cradle of Southern Appalachia' conservation, climate change effort gets $5.25 million grant February 19th, 2021 | by Ben Benton | Copyright © 2021 Staff Photo by Robin Rudd/ The crest of Big Frog Moutain, frosted with snow, rises above the Ocoee River in the Cherokee National Forest. The mountain, 4,222 feet high, was capped with snow on January 20, 2020. An $18 million conservation effort aimed at protection and conservation of the forests of the Appalachians was launched this week targeting the Chattanooga region with an initial $5.25 million grant focused on protecting key portions of Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia while combating climate change. The protection fund aims to conserve at least 30,000 acres in the tri-state area officials dubbed the "Cradle of Southern Appalachia," a 7-million-acre region that has long been a priority for environmentalists. "The forests of the Southern Appalachians are not only critical for their natural and local heritage, they also protect the land that matters most as we take on the largest environmental challenge of our time — a changing climate," Open Space Institute president and CEO Kim Elliman said in a statement issued Thursday. The $5.25 million fund aimed at the Cradle of Southern Appalachia "will be guided by a conservation blueprint developed by Thrive Regional Partnership 's Natural Treasures Alliance, a regional collaboration of conservation groups, private businesses, and citizens," according to the statement. (READ MORE: Many Appalachian residents don't believe climate change is real or caused by humans. But why?) The $18 million Appalachian Landscapes Protection Fund will provide grants for acquisition of land and conservation easements to "protect wildlife habitat and store carbon," officials said. The institute's grants and loans will also leverage an additional $66 million in matching public and private funds. The Appalachian Mountain region stretches 2,000 miles from Alabama to Canada, containing vast contiguous forests that are critical in combating climate change, officials said. But those forests face significant threats from development, poor management and energy extraction. Nationally, U.S. forests are permanently lost at a rate of just under 1 million acres per year. In 2019, U.S. forests stored 59 billion metric tons of carbon, the equivalent of more than 33 years worth of emissions in the nation, officials said. Every year, forests remove 15% of the country's carbon dioxide emissions, equal to removing more than 673 million cars from the road. The Cradle of Southern Appalachia is one of the fund's three focus areas, including protection of 50,000 acres along the spine of the Appalachian Mountains, according to institute officials.

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