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November 13, 2018
PNW Coast LCD Public Meeting

Day 4,067: Practitioner Spotlight – John Mankowski

This month’s Practitioner Spotlight is with John Mankowski. John has worked in the field of collaborative conservation in the Pacific Northwest for over 30 years.
July 30, 2018
Tom Miewald

Day 4,170: Practitioner Spotlight – Tom Miewald

This month’s Practitioner Spotlight is with Tom Miewald, Landscape Ecologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Science Applications program. Tom has worked on large-scale science and planning projects in numerous sectors. For the past 5 years, his work has focused on collaborative landscape conservation planning.
July 16, 2018
Design sustainable landscapes

Day 4,187: Landscape Conservation Design

Landscape conservation design is a stakeholder-driven, participatory process that: 1) integrates societal values and cross-jurisdiction, multisector interests with the best available interdisciplinary science and traditional knowledge (the people); 2) assesses spatial and temporal patterns, vulnerabilities, risks, and opportunities for landscape elements valued by stakeholders (the process); 3) results in a set of spatially explicit products and multi-objective adaptation strategies (the products); 4) protects biodiversity, conserves ecosystem services, and promotes landscapes that are resilient and sustainable for current and future generations (its purpose).
June 29, 2018
Desert LCC

Day 4,200: Practitioner Spotlight: Genevieve Johnson

This month’s Practitioner Spotlight is with Genevieve Johnson, the Program Manager for the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative & Salton Sea projects. Gen has worked in the field of conservation and natural resources planning for over 10 years.