Partnerscapes hosted two Zoom events in the second half of October, as we continue the effort to keep the conversation going during the continued pause in interstate travel and in-person gatherings.
On October 23rd, we hosted a presentation on results from our 2020 survey of collaborative conservation efforts across eight western states. In addition to the results, the event also included three collaborative conservation leaders who participated in the survey. Partnerscapes would like to thank the panelists and especially Travis Anklam, an intern with the University of Montana, who not only presented the results of the survey but also was key to the design and administration of the survey, as well as analysis of the results. A recording of the event can be accessed here.
On October 29th, we hosted a Zoom event previewing Private Lands Partners Day 2021 – Oregon and Private Lands Partners Day 2022 – Arkansas. Members of the planning teams from both states presented just a sampling of the public-private conservation partnerships currently getting work done in both states. If you want to hear what Private Lands Partners Day is all about and/or you want to see some of the partnerships operating in two very different parts of the country check out the recording here.
We continue to try and let everyone on our mailing list know about these video conference opportunities, but if you want to make sure you get the announcements send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will add you to the invitation list.