Perspectives: Landscape Conservation in Action

The Network actively harvests the perspectives, knowledge, and experiences of our growing community of practitioners. Perspectives articles are first-person accounts from practitioners that are intended to bring to life the “what” and “why” of our community’s work.

We encourage you to share your experiences and showcase your work too by contributing to our growing archive of Perspectives. These pieces are shared via our bi-monthly bulletin, spotlighted on our homepage, and housed here on our website. More information on how to share your Perspective. 

Explore the archive to drawn upon the knowledge and experiences of your peers:


The Nature Culture Journey continues: Reflections from the US ICOMOS “Forward Together” Symposium
Brenda Barrett, Living Landscape Observer

It is not news that we need a global conversation on how to integrate the...

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How investing in ‘backbone leadership’ is paying off in the Gulf of Mexico region: From oil spill restoration to community resilience.
Julia Weaver, Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation

The Gulf of Mexico region: large, diverse, and in trouble.  The United States coastline bordering...

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The Gullah Geechee: Reflections on the warp and weft of cultural tradition and landscape
Heather Hodges, Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor

This spring, the NLC coordinating committee convened for our annual retreat in Charleston, SC, where...

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Delivering results for sage-grouse, industry, and western culture: a case study of the Nevada Conservation Credit System
Eoin Doherty

In 2012 through 2015, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Forest Service (USFS)...

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