Landscape Conservation Design: Conserving Sustainable Landscapes to Maintain Ecosystem Functions and Services for People and Wildlife - E: World Café

Friday, October 24, 2014: 1:25 PM-2:55 PM
Hemisphere A (Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center)
In this session, we will use the entire Landscape Conservation Design track as a foundation for a World Café conversation – an open, facilitated, small breakout group discussion. We will solicit input from the conservation community as to what planning processes, science information, and products are necessary to ensure broad-based engagement in the design and delivery of on-the-ground strategies that ensure landscape sustainability for people and wildlife.
Rob Campellone
Session Chair:
Aimee Roberson
1:25 PM
A World Café: Identifying Resources Needed for Successful Development and Implementation of Landscape Conservation Design
Genevieve Johnson, Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative; Rob Campellone, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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