Workshop Summary

Expanding HorizonsExpanding Horizons summarizes the National Workshop on Large Landscape Conservation — the first major conference on large landscape conservation in North America.  Over 650 conservation professionals came together to celebrate progress and share ideas on large-scale collaborations.  The report stresses a multi-disciplinary, networked approach to finding solutions that benefit human, wildlife, cultural and ecological health.

The summary includes a compelling and inspiring foreword by Tony Hiss, a New Yorker staff writer for more than 30 years.

The October 2014 National Workshop and this summary report are examples of the power of collaboration.  Over 30 organizations collaborated to make the conference possible. The report was developed by QLF Atlantic Center through a cooperative agreement with the National Park Service Stewardship Institute.

 Download the report HERE.

Let us know what you think! We will be discussing the findings of the report on our LinkedIn group, and you can always reach us here.

In addition, you are invited to watch the following webinar, which was held on March 18, 2015, and focused on leveraging the enthusiasm of the National Workshop on Large Landscape Conservation.  The webinar was organized and convened by the Ash Center’s Government Innovators Network and the Conservation Innovation Forum.

 

 

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