The Center for Collaborative Conservation (CCC) was established in CSU’s Warner College of Natural Resources in 2008 to inform, promote, and support collaboration on tough conservation issues across Colorado, the American West, and the world. We invite you to read about the CCC’s first decade of impact in 10-Year Report: Transforming Conservation through Collaboration.
You can find our team in rooms 361-368 of the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University.
The most southwest corner stairwell is the easiest route to our offices.
Don’t know what we look like? Check our bios here.
Although Atti, Aireona’s lovebird, can’t join us on campus, he encourages you to stopy by and say hi to us whenever you have time!
You can learn more about the fur and feathered friends of the CCC here.
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Click here to find list of courses at CSU we believe are particularly relevant to Collaborative Conservation, including several courses in Ethnic Studies that focus on environmental justice and Indigenous issues. CCC staff teach Collaborative Conservation (NR 543B) in the Conservation Leadership Program and frequently guest lecture in other classes.
Guest-write a blog by participating in an interview for one of our blog series! Use this opportunity to make connections with practitioners in the field, learn about their work and what it takes to do collaborative conservation well, and practice your writing skills. Email Nicole at email@example.com.
We envision a resilient world where diverse people work together to conserve nature and build healthy communities. Our mission is to build the capacity of organizations, communities, and future leaders to achieve conservation impact, while applying Colorado State University’s world-class research and education.
We do this by: