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The Southwest Collaborative Support Network, Western Collaborative Conservation Network, Center for Collaborative Conservation, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, Southwest Decision Resources, New Mexico Forest & Watershed Restoration Institute, Mountain Studies Institute, Cross-Watershed Network, and RiversEdge West, are collaborating to create a western regional map for you!
For more information, click here
(Please note that the map is still being developed and will continue to improve with additional functionality.)
Here is the link to the current map!
If your organization identifies as a Collaborative Group or a Support organization (that provides provide services to collaborative groups) we hope you’ll connect with us by completing this survey to add yourself on the map!
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Read about conservation collaboratives throughout the American West– how they are structured, the work they do, their challenges and advice by reading our blog series titled, Collaboratives Behind the Scenes.
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The WCCN is hosted and facilitated by the Center for Collaborative Conservation. Overall direction of the WCCN are overseen by a Steering committee. Activities are developed and implemented by a series of working groups.
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