Since 2008, the Center for Collaborative Conservation’s Fellows Program has challenged and encouraged students, faculty and practitioners to work together to help local communities build their livelihoods and conserve their landscapes. Fellows work across disciplinary, landscape, cultural and administrative boundaries to find new solutions to conservation issues by ‘helping communities help themselves’ through on-the-ground projects in the United States and around the world. We seek projects that integrate disciplines, link theory with practice, and use collaboration to address conservation and livelihood issues.
The fellows program is currently made up of teams of fellows, but the program is in the process of being restructured. So stay tuned…
To Be Announced
What defines a team?
- At least one conservation practitioner Fellow (e.g., rancher, farmer, conservationist, public agency personnel, etc.).
- At least one CSU faculty, researcher or graduate student Fellow.
- All teams must also include a CSU undergraduate student.
- Teams may include up to five collaborators or partner team members.