The purpose of the Collaborative Conservation Fellows Program is to build linkages and engagement among those students, faculty/ research scientists, conservation practitioners and other stakeholders who are currently studying or practicing collaborative conservation, or who are interested in this area. The program promotes collaborative research and connects learning with action on critical issues linking conservation and livelihoods on local landscapes around the globe. The fellows are part of, and will contribute to, the Collaborative Conservation Learning Network (CCLN) where principles and practice of collaborative conservation are developed, exchanged, tested and adapted.
|1st cohort (2009-2010)||2nd cohort (2010-2011)|
|2013-2014 Application Materials||Resources for Fellows|