Biennial Designation Cycle
The 2021 Sentinel Landscape Application Window is now closed! The partnership intends to continue the biennial designation cycle announcing a new application window in 2023.
Private landowners support sentinel landscapes by adopting and maintaining sustainable land management practices around military installations and ranges. We are here to help you accomplish that.
To get started, we encourage you to visit our interactive landowner resources tool. This tool will help you find voluntary federal and state assistance programs that offer tax reductions, agricultural loans, disaster relief, educational opportunities, technical aid, and funding for conservation easements. If your property falls within a sentinel landscape boundary, you may be eligible for priority consideration for certain programs.
Next, we suggest that you visit your local sentinel landscape's profile page. Your sentinel landscape's page will have information on local events and meetings that are going on in your area. If you still have questions, you can contact a representative from your local sentinel landscape.
Attend an Event
During this webinar, participants will learn about the accomplishments of the Sentinel Landscapes Partnership over the past year. This will include case studies from Fort Huachuca Sentinel Landscape and Avon Park Sentinel Landscape, as well as an update on the partnership's priorities for the year ahead.
This event is free and open to the public.
A list of local partner events can be found on the individual sentinel landscape pages.