Worldwide, people are coming together to steward the landscapes communities depend upon for clean air and water, sustenance, and joy. And yet, many stewardship practitioners continue to struggle alone with the common challenges of funding, capacity, and a loss of human connection with both nature and each other. In this webcast, we’ll explore lessons and insights from a recent peer-exchange among Australian and the U.S. stewardship practitioners and look towards future opportunities to strengthen the global stewardship movement.
Growing the Global Stewardship Movement: Lessons from Connecting Australian and U.S. Practitioners
Center for Natural Resources & Environmental Policy at the University of Montana
Projects and Education Coordinator
Travis Anklam is the Projects and Education Coordinator at the Center for Natural Resources & Environmental Policy and the Coordinator for Global Landscape Stewards, an emerging initiative that connects stewardship practitioners around the planet. Travis facilitates and coordinates many of the Center’s projects, bringing people together to address complex problems and realize better outcomes for their landscapes and communities. He also serves as a co-instructor for the Center’s Natural Resources Conflict Resolution graduate certificate program, supporting emerging collaborative leaders from diverse backgrounds and disciplines. Travis lives in Missoula, Montana, where he enjoys gardening, winter, and time on the Clark Fork River.