I am writing to share a new report just released by the Network for Landscape Conservation—Pathways Forward: Progress and Priorities in Landscape Conservation.

The purpose of Pathways Forward is two-fold: to capture the current state of landscape conservation practice; and to suggest what we can do together to successfully conserve our irreplaceable cultural and natural landscapes.

The report explores recent innovations, on-the-ground examples, and action-oriented strategies that are advancing landscape conservation. Each of the five chapters closes with five-year benchmarks that serve as aspirational targets for the landscape conservation community.

Pathways Forward builds upon the stories and strategies shared by 200 landscape conservation practitioners at last November’s National Forum on Landscape Conservation.

I encourage you to read and share the report!


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