Landscape Conservation Design (LCD) in the High Divide is a process meant to create a collaborative landscape-scale vision expressed in spatial and strategic products that inform future conservation decisions. LCD is participant-driven and iterative, led by landowners, community members, natural resource agencies, and other stakeholders who value and live in the High Divide region. 

The Leadership Team (LT) is responsible for decision making and high-level planning for the High Divide LCD process, which is meant to create a collaborative landscape-scale vision expressed in spatial and strategic products that inform future conservation decisions. The LT is composed of community, organization, government, and agency leaders and supported by small teams of subject matter experts. LT membership is voluntary and non-binding, though it is the dedication of this team that makes the LCD process possible in the High Divide. 


High Divide LCD Boundary