Developing Habitat Management Plans in Saskatchewan 

Story from Rob Sutter (Enduring Conservation Outcomes) The Canadian Province of Saskatchewan is using the Conservation Standards to develop Habitat Management Plans for each of the four ecozones in the Province: Boreal Taiga Shield, Boreal Plain, Parkland, and Prairie. Each ecozone has…

NaturePlan Open Standards Workshop in Toronto, Canada

Story by Andrew Bridges, Research Ecologist with the Institute for Wildlife Studies and Co-Franchise Leader for CCNet North America CCNet Coaches James Goetz and Andrew Bridges led a two-day introductory Open Standards short course at the 2018 North American Congress…

NaturePlan Introductory Open Standards Trainings in North America

Story by Andrew Bridges, Quinn Shurtliff, and Rob Sutter Open Standards trainings can improve conservation professionals’ effectiveness by helping them to better design and implement their projects. Introductory Open Standards are essential for reaching new audiences and recruiting practitioners, and…

Open Standards Training in Guyana

Story by Rob Sutter, Conservation Ecologist, Enduring Conservation Outcomes and NaturePlan Guyana is relatively unknown to tourists and biologists, but this country in northeast South America is a global center of biodiversity with one of the four best remaining rainforests…