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Tuesday, November 3 • 10:40am - 12:00pm
Discussion: State Experience with Conservation Frameworks in the Region: Lessons-Learned, Future Needs, and Emerging Opportunities.

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This discussion will build on the information presented at the symposium. It will take the form of a moderated discussion, springing from a few central questions that will be posed to the attendees (below). The objective will be to learn from experiences in other states while establishing region-wide patterns in priorities, framework use, and future needs.
1. What have been State Wildlife Agency experiences with large-scale conservation of listed or at-risk species in the southeast on private lands? What opportunities and needs do you anticipate In the future? How do these experiences vary across the region and over time?
2. What have been the policy frameworks or tools that have been used and what are the lessons-learned, good or bad?
3. Based on these experiences and future management priorities, are impending needs reflected in existing tools and approaches? If so, how can these be leveraged and scaled? If not, what is missing and how can the gap be filled (research, policy, resources, all of the above)?

Tuesday November 3, 2015 10:40am - 12:00pm EST
Windsor A

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