The Center for Landscape Conservation
Center for Large Landscape Conservation

Founding Year: 2007

Staff: 26

Budget: $2.2m (2019)

Gary Tabor (President)

A research center connecting “ideas, individuals, and institutions to catalyze collaboration and amplify progress towards the imperative of our time: to conserve Earth’s resilient, vital large landscapes.” It aims to be “the hub for large landscape conservation, connecting people, organizations, and resources to foster powerful solutions that respect diverse shareholders.” Their approach is to “develop science, craft policy, and support planning for use by more than 2,000 community-based conservation efforts.”




Center for Large Landscape Conservation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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