We convene conservation practitioners and support organizations to sharpen collaboration skills, identify barriers or community needs, develop and share tools. Together, we build collaborative capacity for community-based conservation efforts.
Keep an eye out for events coming in 2022!
Each year we gather in-person as a network to embody the WCCN’s core principles – connect, convene, and catalyze. We hope you can join us in the Fall 2022 at Paradise Valley, Montana. Click here to learn more.
You can view our Webinars & Trainings page to find great resources from our past events to include trainings and webinars on storytelling, facilitating collaboration, and video production.
Creating Videos to Tell Your Story
Two virtual training sessions by Jesse Grace from CSU provide an introduction to shooting video and editing and video production.
Facilitating Collaborative Groups: Successes and Challenges
A collaborative conversation with Laura Calandrella, author of “Our Next Evolution: Transforming Collaborative Leadership To Shape Our Planet’s Future”
Connecting Collaboration, Wellbeing & Social Science
A collaborative conversation with Dr. Emily Jane Davis from High Desert Partnership in Harney County, Oregon to support practitioners utilizing social science in collaborative processes.
You can find these and more on our Webinars & Trainings page .
You can also find all our recorded sessions on our YouTube Channel.
We have compiled – CRaFT, a wide-ranging database of resources and learning opportunities offered by many different organizations to help you build your collaborative conservation capacity.
You can find resources here to include directories, case studies, handbooks and more. Learning opportunities include graduate programs, professional / certificate programs, internships, and more.