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Management Recommendations

Major findings and recommendations for resource managers that developed from this strategic and collaborative conservation planning process.

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  1. Broadly and strategically communicate the utility of landscape-level conservation planning to the many stakeholders in the region.
  2. Select subgeographies from LCC-wide plan to focus conservation outreach and efforts, building a support base and better design elements for next iteration of the conservation plan.
  3. Articulate use-cases, success stories, and interpretive materials for organizations interested in using the conservation plan.
  4. Fund multi-scaled spatial analyses and data creation to fill data gaps and better represent the complexity across the geography.
  5. Align conservation plan with other ‘big thinkers’ such as NGOs and other LCCs to extend the utility of the conservation plan.
  6. Reiterate vision of conservation across the region. Local planning remains extremely important, but the LCC should provide utility beyond the local level and inform those efforts with a broader context where possible.
  7. Expand technical team expertise to include emerging science and data products.
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