Strategic Conservation Planning Workshop
CRP 689.09 (formerly CRP 558) is a client-based workshop course that takes Cornell graduate students into the field to perform real-world planning projects. This interdisciplinary workshop course seeks to train the next generation of professionals in the theoretical frameworks, methods, and techniques for undertaking regional land conservation planning efforts. This workshop, in addition to others offered by the Department, has helped government agencies and nonprofit organizations, such as land trusts, overcome a variety of planning challenges.
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(2007-12-18)Over the Fall semester of 2007, 9 graduate students created a Strategic Conservation Plan for the Genesee Land Trust (GLT), based in Rochester, NY. The plan features a series of natural resource inventories as well as a ...
(Cornell University, 2005-12)Over the Fall semester of 2005, 12 graduate students undertook the task of creating a Strategic Land Protection Plan for the Southern Madison Heritage Trust (SMHT), a land trust based in Hamilton, NY. The Strategic Land ...
(Cornell Univeristy, 2006-12)Over the Fall semester of 2006, 13 graduate students undertook the task of creating a Strategic Conservation Plan for Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust (THTLT), based in Watertown, NY. The plan features a series of natural ...