Featured Partners

Connecting landscapes always starts with connecting people

The Center for Large Landscape Conservation engages in partnerships and builds networks that bring diverse groups to the table and facilitate collaboration. Together with our partners, we form a worldwide network of conservation professionals, scientists, and decision makers.

 


 World Wildlife Fund 
 

“Working in partnership isn’t always easy. But it is when one of those partners is CLLC. They manage to smooth over the most fraught situations and effectively connect people, as well as the wildlife that is their mission. This combined with their deep content expertise and knowledge make them invaluable colleagues of WWF.”

~ Wendy Elliot, World Wildlife Fund International

 

 California Landscape Stewardship Network 
 

“CLLC provides expertise and vision incubating, guiding and building capacity for cross-boundary landscape conservation and stewardship networks. This leadership is critical to expanding connectivity and participation in this essential work.”

~ Devin Landry, California Landscape Stewardship Network

 

 Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative 
 

“From locally in the U.S. Rockies to globally, Y2Y works together with the Center for Large Landscape Conservation to advance specific crossing structures across roads or standardize work on global connectivity. Our collective impact is stronger due to this partnership.”

~ Dr. Jodi Hilty, President and Chief Scientist, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative

 

 Salazar Center 
 

“Since its inception in 2018, the Salazar Center has partnered with the Center for Large Landscape Conservation to help frame and explore large landscape issues—and especially connectivity—and these efforts have informed our inaugural $100,000 incentive prize, our approach to elevating diverse voices in large landscape conservation work, and our mission to find ways to support the inextricably linked health of those landscapes and the people who live and work in them.”

~ Beth Conover, Executive Director, Salazar Center for North American Conservation, Colorado State University

 

 

 

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“Our collaboration with the Center for Large Landscape Conservation has linked our public-private partnership to leading science, policy, and innovation in the field of ecological connectivity. Their expertise has inspired our partners and propelled us forward.”

~ Jessie Levine, Staying Connected Initiative Coordinator and Healthy Lands & Waters Strategy Lead for The Nature Conservancy – Northeast Division

 

 

 

National Caucus of Environmental Legislators

 
 

“NCEL’s partnership with the Center for Large Landscape Conservation on connectivity and corridors in the states is strong, effective, and produces measurable results in state legislatures.”

~ Ruth Musgrave, Senior Advisor, Conservation, National Caucus of Environmental Legislators

 

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