Illustration by Rick Powell, from Lambert et al. 2018. Voices from the Land: Listening to New Englanders’ Views of the Future.


Registration is now open for the 2020 RCP Network Gathering, the annual event that unites a wide range of conservation professionals and stakeholders to learn, network, brainstorm and plan. Focused on resilient regions and communities, the 2020 Gathering now features three, 90-minute webinars followed by a full-day conference. Keep your conservation momentum through winter with a special Conservation Finance Workshop and the first-ever Wildlands & Woodlands, Farmlands & Communities Implementation Day, both in early 2021. 

Learn more about all six virtual events here. Register for the webinars and RCP Network Gathering here.

The Webinars – Oct. 28, Nov. 5, and Nov. 13

  • Each webinar will feature a small, moderated panel who will share how they’ve helped landowners and municipalities strengthen their lands’ and communities’ resilience in the face of economic insecurities and uncertainty, social divisiveness and injustice, and the impacts of climate change. Find the three webinars' topics, speakers, and more information here.

The RCP Network Gathering – Nov. 19, 2020

  • During this full day event, two keynote panels will focus on conservation solutions at multiple scales from federal, state, regional, and municipal, to parcels of land owned by individuals and families. Attendee breakout groups will further explore viable solutions and contribute to the dialogue.

Conservation Finance Webinar – February TBD

  • This webinar will review the most useful methods and sources of funding to advance the broadened landscape conservation visions developed at the 2020 Gathering.

Wildlands & Woodlands, Farmlands & Communities Implementation Day – March 3, 2021

  • Implementation day will bring RCP Network Gathering participants back together to build on the ideas generated at the webinars and the Gathering and translate them into action.
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