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The Conservation Standards Coaches Marketplace is intended to be a moderated area of the website where consultants can post advertisements for their services (for a modest contribution to CCNet). Consultancies listed in the Conservation Standards Coaches Marketplace have years of demonstrated competency and are active as CCNet or Conservation Standards trainers.
Criteria for participation in the Marketplace is a combination of:
- Training in an Efroymson or CCNet Coach Training
- Years of Conservation Standards coaching experience
- Past/intended in-kind contributions to CCNet (e.g., regional or thematic Network lead, Rally working group, coach trainer, etc.)
Enduring Conservation Outcomes
Enduring Conservation Outcomes is an ecological consulting firm with expertise in conservation planning, monitoring, and adaptive management. The firm is proficient in the use of the Open Standards (OS) and Miradi software, including incorporation of climate change threats and human wellbeing targets, and modifications to meet federal and state planning standards. The firm has planning experience in terrestrial, karst, freshwater, and marine systems, and with targets ranging from species and ecosystems to archeological and historic sites. Recent projects include development of strategies for terrestrial conservation in the United Arab Emirates (2014), a conservation plan for St. Catherines Island, State of Georgia, U.S. (2013), and training in OS for the California (U.S.) State Wildlife Action Plan (2012).
The principal of the firm, Rob Sutter, was one of the developer’s of The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) Conservation Action Planning Process and has over 20 years experience in conservation planning. With TNC, he led planning sessions for karst ecosystems of North America (2008), wildlife poaching in four East African countries (2008), headwater rivers of the Southeast US (2007) and coastal and marine projects in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia (2006). He has teamed with David Braun (ecohydrologist and author of Advanced Guidance for Assessing the Viability of Conservation Targets) and Greg Low (a leading conservation planner and co-developer of conservation landscape forecasting) on several projects.
More information can be found at www.enduringconservation.com.
Conservation Management is a certified Social Enterprise that believes positive conservation impact comes from people actively managing natural resources and landscapes, which in turn helps the communities who depend on them.
We support this by connecting people, projects and places, and using practical adaptive management and collaboration tools. We use the Conservation Standards, Miradi and Miradi Share to deliver community based, landscape-scaled Action Plans and Healthy Country Plans, protected area management activities (including ranger group establishment, monitoring and evaluation to assess the effectiveness of your project), organisational support, training, facilitation and much more.
Our team has decades of combined experience in natural resource management operations, planning, evaluation, research and facilitation. Working with and within communities and Indigenous groups we have seen many successful collaborations at many scales. We have worked throughout Australia, New Zealand, SE Asia and Canada, and look forward to working in new places with new challenges.
Stuart Cowell, a certified Conservation Coach, has facilitated a wide variety of training in Conservation Standards and Healthy Country Planning, both introductory and Coaches, as well as the use of Miradi and Miradi Share. Many other team members are also coaches, and highly experienced facilitators.
For more information contact Stuart Cowell at email@example.com.
Coaches Resource Library
CCNet maintains a variety of resources to support Coaches in the presentation and use of the Conservation Standards. Most of the resources are found in multiple languages in the Coaches Notebook that is part of CCNet New Coach Trainings. In addition, in our Resource Library you can find a wealth of support materials shared by Coaches and Conservation Standards practitioners.
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Every organization, agency, project, and individual has its own preferred set of terms. There is no right answer – the most important thing is that the members of your project team and the people with whom you work have a clear and common understanding of whatever terms you choose to use.
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The Conservation Standards is the product of inputs, field tests, and discussions among members of the Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP), which has final editorial authority over the Conservation Standards. Substantial input was also provided by members of the Conservation Coaches Network (CCNet) and other CMP partners.
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