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Sierra Club
Monitoring
Weeds
Solitude Monitoring
Air / Water Quality
Wildlife
W. Character
Trail Considion Surveys

Place-based Stewardship
Cabin / Lookout Restoration
Historic Structure Preservation

Trail Maintenance
Annual Clearing
Construction
Technical Projects
Types of Work
PARTNERSHIPS are the FUTURE
SAWS
Pacific Crest Trail Association
Restoration of W. Intrustions
Campsite Naturalization
Trash Removal
Motor Vehicle Instusions


Citizen Engagement & Wilderness Stewardship: Models and Methods for Long-Term Success
Models of Organizations
Stewardship and Advocacy Groups
Montana Wilderness Association
Friends of Nevada Wilderness
New Mexico Wilderness Association

Conservation Groups integrating W. Stewardship
Wild South
Sitka Conservation Society
Superior Watershed Partnership

Other Hybrid Models
???


Trail Maintenance
Purpose
Look at effective partner models - who's out there, what do they do?

Highlight the work stewardship partners can accomplish

How are partners affected by natural, social, economic and management resources

Professional Stewardship Orgs
SAWS
Friends of Nevada Wilderness
SBFC

Conservation Corps
Student Conservation Assoc
Montana Conservation Corps.
Etc.

Volunteer-lead Stewardship Groups
San Gorgonio Wild. Association
Poudre Wilderness Volunteers

Volunteer Vacations
Wilderness Volunteers
American Hiking Society
One National Park One Group
Crestone Wilderness Stewards
San Gorgonio Wilderness Association
Friends of the Allegheny
Indian Peaks Wilderness Alliance
Entire State - One Group
Friends of Nevada Wilderness
Friends of the Great Swamp
One Refuge - One Group
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Wilderness
Areas
Each group is successful because they adapt to local region's social and economic environments. Factors that contribute:

Proximity to urban centers to recruit volunteers

Facilitating paid crews where volunteers can't go

Engage local communitites, universities, tribes, businesses

Engage underserved populations

Engage the NEXT GENERATION!


Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Found.
Partnerships are diverse flexible, bring additional resources
Funding for Agencies isn't improving
Workload is increasing
Agencies need to empower partners

Success!
Volunteers
Paid Crews
Friends
Group
Agencies
Great Swamp National
Wildlife Refuge
Volunteers
Friends
Group
Fish & Wildlife
Service
Great Swamp
Wilderness
Student Conservation Association
Great Basin Institute
21st Century Conservation Corps
The Entire System - Paid Crews
Paid
Crews
Agency
Wilderness
Areas
Wilderness
Group
Volunteers
Friends
Group
National
Park
Service
Wilderness
Friends of Bandelier National Monument
Appalachian Trail Conservancy
Pacific Crest Trail Association
Long Trails with Wilderness - Multiple Groups
Volunteers
Agency
Wilderness
Wilderness
Wilderness
Friends
Group
Friends
Group
Volunteers
Wilderness Volunteers
American Hiking Society
Sierra Club
The Entire NWPS System - Volunteers from all over
Agency
Wilderness
Areas
Volunteer Group
Volunteers Pay
for Wilderness Stewardship Adventures
Volunteer
Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation
Several Wilderness Areas -
One Group
Volunteers
Friends
Group
Agency
Wilderness
Wilderness
Agencies
or
Volunteers
Trail Maintenance
One Forest - One Group
Friends of the Inyo
Volunteers
Paid Staff
Friends
Group
Inyo National Forest
9 Wilderness Areas
Inyo National Forest
1 Forest - 9 Wilderness areas
Multiple States - One Group
Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards
Volunteers
Paid Staff
One
Group
Agencies
Friends of the Inyo
Friends of Nevada Wilderness
Friends of the Great Swamp
Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation
Friends of Bandelier National Mon.
One Wilderness - One Group
Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation
Volunteers
Paid Staff
Friends
Group
Agency
Wilderness
Trail Maintenance
Trash Removal
Restoration of Vehicle Intrusions
Trail Condition Surveys
Weeds Treatment
Campsite Natualization
Wilderness Character Monitoring
Air - Water Quality Monitoring
Solitude Monitoring
Weeds Monitoring
Intrepretation
Visitor Contact - LNT
Historic Structure Preservation
Cabin - Lookout Hosting
River Stewardship
Wildlife Surveys
Cultural Resource Preservation
Panel Members
Adam Liljeblad, Director of Conservation Awards, National Forest Foundation
aliljeblad@nationalforests.org

Shaaron Netherton, Executive Director, Friends of Nevada Wilderness
shaaron@nevadawilderness.org

Bill Hodge, Executive Director, Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards
billhodge@trailcrews.org

Eric Melson, Program Director, Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation
emelson@selwaybitterroot.org

Improving Natural Conditions
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