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Roundtable Discussion on The Future of Federal Agency Collaboration in Landscape-Scale Planning

The Landscape Conservation Cooperatives National Coordination Office, in partnership with federal agencies, has organized this initial conversation about the future of federal agency collaboration in landscape-scale planning. It is envisioned additional conversations will be necessary to fully explore agency interests and opportunities. It is recognized that the federal family does not work in isolation in landscape-scale planning. The intention is to broaden the conversation with states, other partners, and tribes in the future.
When Jun 26, 2013 09:00 AM EDT to
Jun 27, 2013 05:00 PM EDT
Where BLM Headquarters, 200 M Street SE, Room 4016; Washington D.C.
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Contact Phone 703-358-1840
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Purpose:

  1. To introduce the concept of conserving sustainable landscapes by design (landscape conservation design).

  2. To understand why and how federal agencies are currently involved in landscape-scale planning; to learn what is working well, and to hear ideas for improving those and future efforts.

  3. To explore how the federal family might collaborate on landscape conservation design, including the potential for the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCC) Network to serve as one of the possible venues.

    View a full Agenda of the Roundtable Discussion.

     

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