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Partnerscapes Podcast

Partnerscapes Podcast

By Steve Jester

Partnerscapes brings people, working landscapes and communities together in conservation to sustain natural resources and human communities. We are a landowner-led organization that connects private landowners to partner organizations and agencies that share a common purpose to sustain working lands for people, wildlife and natural resources through voluntary conservation partnerships.
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Living with Large Predators in Western Montana

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Homecoming – From Bad Fire to Good Fire, from Trauma to Trust – Habitat Restoration in the Driftless area of Wisconsin
Homecoming – From Bad Fire to Good Fire, from Trauma to Trust – Habitat Restoration in the Driftless area of Wisconsin
In this special episode of the Partnerscapes Podcast, Wisconsin landowner Asenath LaRue joins U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – Partners for Fish and Wildlife Biologist Brendan Woodall for a conversation about conservation partnerships and how personal history can shape the partnership building process.
41:07
April 29, 2022
Partnering with Landowners - A Team Leader's Perspective with Heather Johnson
Partnering with Landowners - A Team Leader's Perspective with Heather Johnson
In this episode, we were able to visit with Heather Johnson, Regional Chief of the Partners for Fish and Wildlife program, in the Mountain-Prairie Region.  The Partners for Fish and Wildlife program is the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (FWS) voluntary private lands habitat restoration program and Heather has spent the last 18 of her over 33 year FWS career in the Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program.  Heather is set to retire later this summer and was kind enough to share her thoughts on what it takes to work effectively with landowners and local communities.
30:18
April 11, 2022
Partnerships in Action - Wisconsin.. A Conversation With Ken Erickson, Land Steward
Partnerships in Action - Wisconsin.. A Conversation With Ken Erickson, Land Steward
In this episode of the Partnerscape Podcast we hear from Ken Erickson, a landowner in Central Wisconsin, who is relatively new to the practice of land stewardship about his experience getting started with public-private conservation partnerships.
30:52
March 14, 2022
Building Relationships with Landowners with Bill Sproul
Building Relationships with Landowners with Bill Sproul
Hear from Kansas Flint Hills rancher Bill Sproul about his journey from commodity-based conservation to community-based conservation and what he learned about partnerships and relationships working with people along the way.
36:27
September 15, 2021
Conservation Partnerships and Listening to Landowners in Nebraska...and Beyond
Conservation Partnerships and Listening to Landowners in Nebraska...and Beyond
Private Landowners are almost always key partners when it comes to implementing natural resource and wildlife conservation projects in the United States.  Hear from Shelly Kelly, rancher, former government conservation agency employee and current conservation leader on the the importance of landowner perspectives in voluntary conservation efforts.
32:03
January 13, 2021
Living with Large Predators in Western Montana
Living with Large Predators in Western Montana
Hear from Montana rancher and community leader Jim Stone about the work he and his neighbors and partners have been engaged in over the last couple of decades adapting to the return of large predators
29:44
November 20, 2020