The Future of Landscape Conservation: Pathways to a Just and Equitable Future - Shared screen with speaker view
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Link to Weaving the Strands Together report: https://salazarcenter.colostate.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2021/01/Weaving-the-Strands-Together_Case-studies-in-inclusive-and-equitable-landscape-conservation.pdf
Hello all! I will have to leave early. Could someone please send a link to where the recording will be available? Thank you!
The recording of today’s event will be posted on the Network’s Virtual Policy Forum Series webpage: https://landscapeconservation.org/our-work/policy-initiatives/virtual-policy-forum/
Great message and passion
this is an issue of dignity and control
The Buffalo Nations Grasslands Alliance is an emerging, Indigenous-led sustainable financing initiative in the Northern Great Plains bringing together people from 15 Native nations to try to address some of the issues discussed here.
Thank you, Curtis. What an inspiring talk!
The work of Curtis and Baltimore Wilderness in translating these principles into action is captured the case study about Baltimore Wilderness in the report referenced earlier: https://salazarcenter.colostate.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2021/01/Weaving-the-Strands-Together_Case-studies-in-inclusive-and-equitable-landscape-conservation.pdf
What a powerful thought and statement, thank you, David!
Snaps! Yes!! Thank you for that!!!
Such raw and powerful conviction from all panelists! thank you!!
To be included, others must feel safe, respected, engaged, motivated and valued. Thanks for pointing this out
Thank you all for your perspectives and passions!
Thank you so much for the presentation, very enlightening!
So much gratitude for each of you and what you’ve brought of your selves and souls today.
LCC’s = Landscape Conservation Cooperatives
Dealing with the “Systemic” is the hard part… Easy to come up with things that feel good. Getting to the core systemic policies and actions that create our problems is hard!
Yes Dr. Gonzales-Rogers! Community and true relationship based coalitional partnerships, not extractive colonial intrusions!
we keep replicating spaces that hold the same flaws vs learning and adapting to needs of people
Thanks also for pointing out how change requires a systems approach - currently systems have perfectly evolved to maintain the status quo
Need some solid ideas about getting DEI in farming and food distribution. Over 90% of farms are white owned currently. Was very different 100 years ago.
This panel is truly heartening. This needs to be required listening for all public conservation/wildlife/parks staff, especially at the federal and state levels.
Janelle St. Pierre
Beautiful David! Thank you so much!
Right on David!!!!
Is there any sense in having EIS’s prepared for land conservation address DEI issues?
I would encourage the Network for Landscape Conservation to address the questions directed at it in another forum or medium.
Thanks so much to all. Great opportunity to learn.
Really grateful for everything each one of your brought to this webinar. It’s been inspiring.
This was so powerful. Thank you so much to all involved.
Excellent presentations and discussions! THANKS!
Thank you everyone! As a Chicana in this field this was so healing to hear all of the very real points you all brought up that we must always think about when working towards TRULY Just Futures for ALL!!
Thank you all so much - this was great, helpful and inspiring.
Thanks all - much here to digest and uphold.
Thank you all...inspiring panel!
Thank you to each and every panelist, and to each person who joined this discussion. So important and so rich.
each one teach one
On behalf of the NLC leadership team, I want to extend a huge thank you to panelists and audience. And appreciate your questions about NLC’s values and governance structure. Thank you. More soon!
Thank you to the panelists for your time and labor.
Thank you! Looking forward to brining this conversation to my partners in the Tennessee River Basin.