Key to the Landscape Conservation Design process is the selection of “landscape features” that are important to conserve into the future. Landscape features represent the broader ecology, culture, and economics of the landscape. The full complexity of the High Divide is difficult to model, so we instead focus on a collection of features that all partners recognize as prominent elements of the landscape. We select features that have reliable data and have the opportunity to collectively influence or manage. This current collection of features is iterative and subject to change as we move through the process.