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c reating a sustainable future

"Collaborative conservation is the process of creating a sustainable future for peoples and places by inviting diverse and inclusive groups of stakeholders to jointly solve problems through collective learning and action.“

Reid et al., In progress. Collaborative conservation in practice: Current state and future directions.

creating a sustainable future
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Conservation NGOs

Municipal planners

Private landowners

Mexico agencies

State agencies

Indigenous tribes

Universities

Corporations

U.S. agencies

breaking down barriers to effective conservation

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Don Wilhelm , USFWS

Partners for Fish and Wildlife

How is the LCC helping the conservation community prepare for future change and threats?

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‘‘An agency’s long-term capacity for collaboration requires ongoing experimentation and an explicit process of learning from the experiments.’’ Wondolleckand Yaffee, 2000

strategic habitat conservation

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How does the LCC project information help you deliver better conservation along the Gulf Coast?

Tim Anderson, USFWS

Coastal Program and Partners for Fish and Wildlife

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“...collaboration is a kind of awkward dance that none of us knows the steps to.’’ Wondolleckand Yaffee2000

working together synergistically

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How did the Great Plains LCC lesser prairie-chicken 5-state aerial survey benefit Service programs and other partners?Chris O’Meilia, USFWSEcological Services

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How does the LCC help us solve problems too big to solve alone?

Andrew Hautzinger, USFWS

Water Resources, Region 2 National Wildlife Refuge System

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How does the LCC help us solve problems too big to solve alone?

Andrew Hautzinger, USFWS

Water Resources, Region 2 National Wildlife Refuge System

b e o pen to collaboration

“As you navigate through the rest of your life, be open to collaboration.

Other people and other people's ideas are often better than your own.

Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.”

Amy Poehler, Comedian

be open to collaboration
thank you

Science Applications

Dana Roth, Assistant Regional Director

Paul Barrett, Regional Science Adviser

Tim Uding, Administrative Officer

Stacy Matson, Executive Assistant

Desert LCC

Genevieve Johnson, Coordinator (BOR)

Aimee Roberson, Science Coordinator

Sally Holl, GIS/Data Coordinator (USGS)

Great Plains LCC

Vacant, Coordinator

James Broska, Science Coordinator

Gulf Coast Prairie LCC

Bill Bartush, Coordinator

Cynthia Edwards, Science Coordinator

Kristen Kordecki, Human Dimensions Coordinator (USGS)

Thank you!