The diverse challenges of conserving large landscapes merit an equally diverse response—a collaboration between organizations, communities, individuals and government. We see ourselves as the connective tissue of conservation, sparking dynamic conversations between stakeholders—a catalyst for widespread, positive progress across large landscapes.
People are integral to large landscapes—we believe the best solutions arise when those with different perspectives meet to find common ground and insight. To that end, we organize gatherings, facilitate conversations, and provide communications and educational resources to deepen understanding and cooperation between those who live, work and play on the landscape. We know challenges can unite people, so we help communities identify—and work to solve—shared initiatives.
No one organization can single-handedly address the large landscape challenges of climate and land use change, but by building communities of invested stakeholders around large landscape issues, we set the stage for collaboration—and solutions—on a grand scale.