We envision a world where nature and people thrive in connected, resilient landscapes.
The Center for Large Landscape Conservation advances ecological connectivity for climate resilience worldwide through science, policy, practice, and collaboration.
VIDEO: What We Do
Find out why the Center was founded, what makes us different, and how we work to connect landscapes and seascapes worldwide! (2 minutes)
- Innovation: We advance a bold new model of conservation that matches the scale of the planetary problems we face. With an ambitious approach that integrates multiple forms of science, policy, and practice, we take risks to pursue creative solutions.
- Inclusion: We prioritize building authentic relationships that are rooted in trust and bring together the voices and opinions of all people to improve community resilience and ecological integrity.
- Co-Creation: We celebrate communities in managing and governing their own conservation institutions and resources, and work to support conservation efforts that are locally designed, culturally responsive, and ecologically sound.
- Respect: We honor, learn from, and continually evolve to reflect the values, experiences, and perspectives of our staff, partners, and people in the communities in which we work and serve. We care about the wellbeing of our staff and support their personal and professional lives with flexibility and understanding.