Partners for Conservation convened the 2019 annual meeting and January 2019 board meeting in Atlanta, Georgia January 23 and 24.
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February 12, 2019Gregg Elliott
Over the last decade, Private Lands Partners Day (PLPD) has evolved to become the premier national gathering of private landowners and resource professionals engaged in public-private conservation partnerships.
January 16, 2019Gregg Elliott
During August, Partners for Conservation convened two different groups of collaborative conservation practitioners in Boise, Idaho. The objective of the workshops was to provide information on the basics of diverse conservation partnerships, what it takes to build effective collaborations, as well as roadblocks and opportunities for collaborative conservation in western ...
November 19, 2018Gregg Elliott
Two hundred people gathered in Springfield, Missouri October 2-4 for the 11th annual Private Lands Partners Day. Attendees from 32 states saw first hand some of the public-private conservation partnership efforts engaging private landowners and private lands in Missouri. In addition, they heard presentations from landowners from all over the ...
October 23, 2018Gregg Elliott
Partners for Conservation invited conservation partnership practitioners from across the West to Boise the last week in August to share experience and learn from one another regarding the foundational elements of collaboration, such as: initiating conversations with diverse perspectives, establishing relationships, maintaining transparency, building trust, discovering a shared vision, and getting things done. The gathering included ...
September 20, 2018Gregg Elliott
In just six weeks Private Lands Partners Day 2018 will convene in Springfield, Missouri. The planning team and hosts, with the support of a diverse group of generous sponsors, have been working over the last year to bring this one-of-a-kind experience back to the middle of the country for the ...
August 23, 2018Gregg Elliott
In late June, Partners for Conservation Board Director and South Georgia landowner and tree farmer Reese Thompson hosted an annual gathering of partners, neighbors, and friends known as the Blueberry Picnic. Some years ago, Reese purchased a tract of land for his wife Pam Thompson for Valentine’s Day. ...
July 23, 2018Gregg Elliott
In May, Partners for Conservation was honored to be invited to participate in a Private Lands Biologist Training session in the Mississippi Delta region of Arkansas. This biennial event draws together private lands biologists employed by local, state, federal, nonprofit, and for-profit corporations that work with landowners all over the ...
July 23, 2018Gregg Elliott
Later this summer, Partners for Conservation will be convening a couple of invitation-only learning opportunities focused on the “people” part of collaborative conservation and public-private partnerships. Attendees will come from a number of landscapes across the West where people are engaged in public-private conservation partnerships. The group assembled to deliver ...
June 18, 2018Gregg Elliott
Partners for Conservation at the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference – Norfolk, Virginia
Partners for Conservation board and staff attended the recent North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference held in Norfolk, Virginia. This is likely the biggest annual gathering of fish and wildlife management agency staff and nonprofit conservation organizations in the U.S., with attendees coming from all over the country to ...
April 22, 2018Gregg Elliott
Partners for Conservation Releases Report Evaluating Lessons Learned from Collaborative Sage-Grouse Conservation
Ordway, CO: Partners for Conservation, a landowner-led organization focused on improving landscapes through communication, released a report today that evaluates lessons learned during greater sage-grouse conservation efforts.
March 12, 2018Don Hirsch
Partners for Conservation convened its annual meeting and February board meeting February 6 and 7 in Dallas, Texas.
February 20, 2018Gregg Elliott
VIDEO: Gary and Sue Price at their 77 Ranch in north central Texas.
January 23, 2018Gregg Elliott