Optimizing Private Land Conservation and Public Land Use Planning/Regulation

Bradford S. Gentry, J. Daniel Oppenheimer and Randal A. Strobo

Report Number 27
Complete Report (118 pages)
Berkley_Optimizing_Private_Land_Complete.pdf
Report of the 2010 Berkley Workshop, held at the Pocantico Conference Center of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, July 2010

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Front Matter
00_Front_Matter.pdf
Title Page, Table of Contents, Introduction, Workshop Summary
Section 1
01_Section_1.pdf
Importance of and Barriers to Working Across the Private – Public Divide
Section 2
02_Section_2.pdf
Working with Land Use Planners/Regulators to Identify Priority Sites for Conservation
Section 3
03_Section_3.pdf
Intersections of Political Organizing
Section 4
04_Section_4.pdf
Efforts to Build Conservation Incentives and Requirements into Zoning Codes
Section 5
05_Section_5.pdf
Land Conservation and Permanence
Section 6
06_Section_6.pdf
Costs and Timing of Private Land Conservation v. Public Land Use Planning and Regulation
Section 7
07_Section_7.pdf
Skills and Capacities Needed
Biosketches
08_Biosketches.pdf
Biosketches
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