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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).
April 18, 2018
legacy

Day 4,275: Legacy

This post provides an annotated list of legacy documents that provide a historical foundation for landscape conservation design.