NCPP: Letter to Conservation Partner Employees and Listening Session Summaries

July 30, 2019by ncdea

To all Conservation Partner Employees,

The National Conservation Planning Partnership (NCPP) is utilizing input from across the country as it develops plans to reinvigorate conservation planning.

In 2018, the National Conservation Planning Partnership (NCPP) conducted eight listening sessions across the country by soliciting feedback from the conservation delivery partnership on conservation planning. The participant feedback has provided leadership with a comprehensive picture of the current opportunities and needs related to conservation planning, program delivery and practice implementation. More than 450 questions and comments were received from over 1,035 listening session participants, which included employees, producers, conservation district supervisors and various partners from across the nation.

Attached please find the all employee letter detailing the ongoing work to date along with the listening session report that will provide detailed information compiled through the sessions in question.

 

All Employee Letter

Final All Employee Letter for Listening Session Report-Signed
 
 

Listening Session Summaries

Listening Session Summaries Report - All Comments-final2

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