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A repository of data, publications, tools, and other products from project teams, Science Collaborative program, and partners.

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GUIDE TOOL: This tool will guide you through a process of identifying and considering the needs of potential intended users to inform how you frame and focus a project.
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GUIDE CASE STUDY: Using language that resonates with stakeholders is critical to an effective exchange of information. See how a team at the Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve investigated and adopted the language preferences of their stakeholders in project-related communication.
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GUIDE CASE STUDY: Sharing your work — even before the final results are analyzed — can lead to many unanticipated benefits, as the Bringing Wetlands to Market project team observed.
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GUIDE CASE STUDY: Understanding beliefs, perceptions, and values of end users increases the potential for reserve-based science to make the greatest impact on surrounding communities. A project led by the Wells Reserve used communication audit and mental mapping techniques to understand the collective beliefs about riparian buffers among reserve staff, their partners and stakeholders. Based on this research, they identified which communication and engagement strategies should be collectively prioritized.
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GUIDE CASE STUDY: Interactive workshops engaging stakeholders require time and effort to plan and implement. This project team at the Hudson River NERR held a day-long workshop to share project results and products with approximately 50 stakeholders including engineers, landscape architects, state permitting officials, and researchers.
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GUIDE CASE STUDY: A team from the South Slough reserve modified their collaborative approach as a result of end user preferences in their project, Bringing the “Oly” Oyster Back to Oregon’s Coast.
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GUIDE CASE STUDY: Involving younger stakeholders in collaborative projects can provide information about how they perceive, value, and understand the environment and help connect them with environmental stewardship and their community.
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GUIDE CASE STUDY: To be effective, collaborative project teams must include the right skill sets, but it’s also important to include team members who have established relationships with or access to your project’s intended users.
Webinar Summary |
This resource contains the presenter slides, Q&A responses, recording, and presenter bios from the October 2023 webinar "Building Capacity for Reserves to be Motus Wildlife Tracking Leaders."