Center For Collaborative Conservation 10-Year Report

Why Collaborate? Historically, conservation focused on saving species and protecting natural resources, paying little attention to people. Yet without the involvement of local people and communities, many past conservation successes were short-lived. Collaboration supports more enduring conservation outcomes because it …

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Fellows 2019 Reunion

CCC Fellows Reunion The CCC is celebrating 10 years of their Fellows Program! To celebrate, the CCC held a fellows reunion on Sept. 13 at the CSU campus. About 30 fellows were in attendance. Each Fellow shared… The title and …

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Atlas of Collaborative Conservation

We first began the research for the Collaborative Conservation Atlas project back in 2013 with the goal of identifying and systematically describing collaborative initiatives across the state to gain a better understanding of ‘who is doing what, where?’ Since then, …

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CBCC Workshop Report

On March 1-2, 2018, Heather Knight, CCC’s Associate Director of Practice and Matt McKinney and Shawn Johnson with the Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Policy at University of Montana, hosted 60 practitioners from the American West at a workshop …

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Practitioner Needs Assessment

Building Capacity for Collaborative Conservation: Findings from a Practitioner Needs Assessment  of Collaborative Capacity in the American West. During fall 2016 and winter 2017, Heather Knight, Associate Director of the Practitioner Program at the Center for Collaborative Conservation, completed a …

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