Dates: April 18 & 19, 2018

Location: Lewis & Clark Conference Room, University of Montana Western, Dillon, MT

Workshop Title:  Drought Resilience – Forests and Fire – Wildlife Connectivity & Conflict Reduction

High Divide April 2018 Workshop Report

  • Workshop Goals1 – Continue our process for High Divide Stakeholders to express their vision for the desired future condition of the High Divide Landscape, a vision that sustains vibrant local communities, economies and resources. To this end we will:
    • Confirm stakeholder community and conservation goals for the High Divide
    • Share current information on the status of some of our High Divide priority resources and issues: Wildlife Connectivity, Water Resources, and Forests and Wildfire
    • Update one another on resource issues and conservation
    • Learn stakeholder perspectives of the future for three of our primary goals: Water, Forests and Wildlife
    • Identify opportunities from each topic for how we are going to advance local action

    2 – Advance the High Divide Collaborative

    • Continue to build trust and credibility within the collaborative and among stakeholders
    • Continue to discover added value through collaboration
    • Build capacity to work toward our collaborative goals