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For the Win

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Winter 2016
Author: 
Madeline Bodin

Working together, land trusts and parks and recreation agencies can multiply the benefits they offer their communities, creating a clear win for the home team.

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Partnering with Next- Generation Farmers

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Summer 2015
Author: 
David Harper

Learn how land trusts can take additional steps, beyond preserving farmland, to actively help next-gen farmers create a secure, abundant food system in the communities we serve.

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Durable Collaborations: Strengthening Land Conservation through Lasting Partnerships

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Spring 2013
Author: 
Dale Bonar and Jim Morris

Durable collaborations are robust, mutually beneficial and long-lived approaches to achieving conservation success that enable groups to leverage their combined efforts.

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Durable Collaborations: Paths to Implementation

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Summer 2013
Author: 
Dale Bonar and Jim Morris

Review the recommended implementation steps to various collaboration options and provide examples of the paths and resulting experiences of land trusts that have entered into durable collaborations.

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Better Together: Land Trusts Win by Collaborating

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Winter 2011
Author: 
Edith Pepper Goltra

When land trusts band together, good things happen.

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Putting Their Heads Together

Source: 
Saving Land magazine, Winter 2014
Author: 
Edith Pepper Goltra

What can small land trusts offer large, regional land trusts that have been around for years, have large staffs and are protecting thousands of acres? As it turns out, quite a lot.