Please name your RCP or the reason you want to join the RCP Network
Rhode Island Woodland Partnership
This month, the Rhode Island Woodland Partnership (RIWP) finished a yearlong process of crafting its first strategic plan. This project was made possible by a $10k Strategy Grant from the Rhode Island Foundation, the state’s community foundation. Th…
"By "realistic," I mean initiatives that are considered to have a reasonable chance of success based on biological and other factors. Social and political factors sometimes seem more limiting than the biological ones. As to "social carrying capacity…"
"Sounds interesting. It would be great to have something relevant to those of us in densely populated southern New England in addition to species most commonly associated with Northern Forest-type landscapes. I'd find it interesting to learn about ho…"
What experience do forest-focused RCPs have working with local/regional agriculture initiatives to include woods grown products? This could include public state-grown label programs and/or public-private partnerships where there is a nonprofit entit…
"Upon further reflection, it may more directly applicable to individual conservation nonprofits than RCPs (because they are typically more competitive than partnerships), but I still think it can be helpful in considering strategic positioning.
Have any RCP members considered the strategic framework known as "Porter's Five Forces" as an alternative to SWOT analysis? This is a model that is well known in the business world, can be adapted to the nonprofit sector, and I think is relevant to…