Partnerscapes Becomes New Name for Partners for Conservation
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A grassroots movement of private landowners working with agencies, non-profit organizations, and policymakers to collaborate on conservation projects to sustain working landscapes, Partnerscapes was founded in 2010 as Partners for Conservation. Along with its new branding campaign, Partnerscapes has launched a new website which features in-depth information on conservation efforts from coast to coast. The case studies are meant to provide other landowners with examples of how conversation and collaboration can lead to positive outcomes for the community and wildlife. Partnerscapes is a national organization operating with a small core staff and an active group of directors, partner organizations, and agencies with a growing presence nationwide. An example of the organization’s focus is a survey of 260 collaborative conservation efforts currently underway in eight Western states. Partnerscapes strongly believes that diverse perspectives working collaboratively has huge potential to solve landscape-level challenges all across our nation. Read more HERE.
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