Increased flows for the Yampa, wildlife friendlier fencing in Wyoming, Nevada’s water oasis in a drought-stricken landscape, and 20 years of stream remediation in New Mexico — learn about these successes and others from across the West in this quarter’s issue of Collaborative Voices. Collaborative Voices is the WCCN’s quarterly newsletter. It is a place […]
Welcome to the Western Collaborative Conservation Network’s profile series “Collaboratives Behind-the-Scenes.” This series features Q&As with different conservation organizations to provide a view into what it takes to run a collaborative organization from challenges faced in building partnerships to tips for budding organizations. Whether you’re already running a collaborative and are looking to increase your […]
As a part of the Western Collaborative Conservation Network’s Capacity Building Working Group, the Emerging Leaders Initiative works to support individuals by connecting them with mentors, one another, and resources that create career and professional development opportunities and empower change. “Emerging leaders” are individuals new to the conservation field with an innovative vision for the […]
Internship Opportunity is open for applications We’re seeking a Colorado State University student Communications Intern to work with CCC staff and WCCN Awareness and Engagement Working Group members to promote the Center for Collaborative Conservation, the Western Collaborative Conservation Network, and the resources both organizations generate through website, newsletters, and social media. For full consideration, apply by December 5. Students can apply on Handshake.
Two Positions Available with the CCC The CCC is currently accepting applications for two open full-time positions: We are looking for an Associate Director of Practice (ADoP) who will lead the CCC’s work supporting individuals and organizations to amplify their impact in applied collaborative conservation. The ADoP manages CCC’s portfolio of engagements with conservation practitioners, including coordinating events and activities of […]
CCC News for November is here. Find out about job openings galore with the CCC (and other organizations), a recap of our conservation philanthropy workshop, a behind-the-scenes look at collaboratives, and more. Read the newsletter here.
We are proud to be one of the co-sponsors of this event! Learn more about it here and we hope you can join us on Tuesday November 9th to discuss insights from black and indigenous leaders in Columbia.
CCC News for October is here! Take a look back at our recent social marketing workshop, help the Western Collaborative Conservation Network shape their upcoming Confluence conference, and get a behind-the-scenes look at what it means to run a collaborative with a new series. Read the newsletter here.
A multidisciplinary team has been established to ensure the survival of the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse, a threatened mammal listed under the Endangered Species Act, in the North Fork of the Cache la Poudre River watershed. Known as the North Fork Poudre River Site Conservation Team (SCT), is the first of its kind and designed […]
Welcome to our profile series “Collaboratives Behind-the-Scenes.” This series features Q&As with different conservation organizations to provide a view into what it takes to run a collaborative organization: from challenges faced in building partnerships, to tips for budding organizations. Whether you’re already running a collaborative and are looking to increase your efficiency, or are thinking […]