Launched by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (Cambridge, MA) and partners in 2011, and now fiscally sponsored by the Center for Large Landscape Conservation (Bozeman, MT), the Network for Landscape Conservation is led by a Coordinating Committee of 30 conservation leaders in the non-profit, private, public, academic, and philanthropic sectors in the U.S. and Canada. Our work is further fueled by our 100-plus organizational partners and 2,000-plus involved practitioners. A two-person staff works to support this broad-based network, and coordinate and facilitate Network efforts.
See the NLC Coordinating Committee
See the NLC Staff