The Regional Greenprint Resource Hub is the place for practitioners, policymakers, and the interested public to go to access a clearinghouse of information on regional greenprints that is credible, timely, and implementable. A regional greenprint is a collaborative conservation vision that identifies and reveals the benefits of natural and working lands at a regional scale and is institutionalized in land use and infrastructure decisions. Often the benefits of natural and working lands include improved public health, carbon sequestration, economic development, habitat connectivity, and food production. The Regional Greenprints Resource Hub includes over 70 greenprint case studies, best practices, details on enabling funding and policies, and further information on multi-benefit conservation planning.