To facilitate collaboration and engage communities in conservation
Crowd Conservation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that promotes resilient communities and thriving ecosystems through collaborative engagement between organizations, stakeholders, researchers, and the public. We provide a conduit to share scientific knowledge for the discovery, discussion, and implementation of improved policy and decision-making processes.
WHAT WE DO:
- Engage the public through education, outreach, and science
- Facilitate meetings and workshops
- Conduct social science research
- Support knowledge sharing between groups
- Provide training for facilitation and collaboration
FOUNDER AND FACILITATOR
Nicole Reese is the founder and lead facilitator for Crowd Conservation. Nicole’s passion is collaboration for conservation. Last year she completed her graduate degree in Conservation Leadership from Colorado State University. With over eight years of field and lab experience in natural resources, Nicole’s current research focuses on stakeholder engagement, collaborative processes, and public participation in science. She recently completed training with International Association for Public Participation for a certificate in the Fundamentals of Public Participation. Using her research and facilitation skills, Nicole aspires to build connections between communities and their environment.
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