Building trust is critical to successful conservation programs. Understanding the communities you are working in, their beliefs and histories, is critical to establishing a solid foundation, along with careful thinking on your approach to engagement. In this Connecting for Conservation session, two expert practitioners discussed their work and shared best practices.
Photo courtesy of Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, originally appearing on Yale Environment 360.
Executive in Residence, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University
Dr. Stephanie Malin
Associate Professor, Sociology, Colorado State University
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|May 14, 2020||12:00 pm||1:00 pm|
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- Community-based conservation
- Crossing boundaries
- Diversity equity inclusion
- Healthy landscapes
- Indigenous conservation