Western Partnership Forum 2023 Summary Report Available

The Western Partnership Forum did a great job of sharing some of those insights and ideas in real time through social media postings and short videos on both Instagram and Facebook.  We have also distilled what the participants had to say in a report now available on our website.

February 21st, 2023|

Landowner-Practitioner Forum Report Now Available

In July of this year a private lands staff forum organized by members of the North American Bird Conservation Initiative (NABCI) and other partners was held in Kansas City, Missouri. Almost 150 individuals, including employees of public and private conservation organizations and landowners, attended the gathering.

November 15th, 2022|

Private Lands Partners Day 2022 Recap

Private Lands Partners Day 2022 was held October 4-6 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, a rapidly growing part of the country that is important for agriculture and is rich in natural resources. Almost 150 people were registered from 29 states and Puerto Rico.

October 24th, 2022|

Western Landowner-Biologist Forum, January 11-12, Las Vegas Nevada

Partnerscapes is hosting a January 2023 workshop for U.S. Fish and Wildlife (USFWS) Partners for Fish and Wildlife biologists as well as their organizational and landowner partners in western states to share relationship and partnership building skills that are foundational to voluntary programs, projects, and partnerships implemented by landowners, agencies, and organizations around the West and around the country.

September 20th, 2022|

The Blackfoot Challenge and Partnerscapes…Together Again!!

Fifteen years ago, The Blackfoot Challenge and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program competed for and won an Innovations in American Government grant from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard to transfer collaborative conservation lessons learned delivering years of locally-led collaborative conservation in western Montana to the rest of the country.

September 20th, 2022|

Western Collaborative Conservation Network (WCCN) Releases Recommendations on Institutionalizing Collaborative Problem Solving in Federal Natural Resource Agencies

The Western Collaborative Conservation Network is pleased to share recommendations developed over the last two years for those federal agencies, and by extension other agencies and organizations, that want to work collaboratively with local and landowner perspectives to ensure that collaborative approaches are an important part of their work.

November 11th, 2021|