Award Documents: On the Ground Programs
Below is a list of documents related to the execution of your Matching Awards Program, Wilderness Stewardship Challenge, Ski Conservation Fund, and/or Forest Stewardship Fund award:
Award Documents: Capacity-Building Programs
Below is a list of documents related to the execution of your Capacity Building award:
Award Documents: Strategic Projects and Conservation Campaign
Below is a list of documents related to the execution of your award:
Requesting Award Funds (1:1 Cash Matching Grants Only)
Investments Reporting Guidelines
Requesting Project Modifications
- The Collaboration Cloverleaf: Four Stages of Development: Collaborative groups that bring together people representing varied—and often conflicting—interests, go through their own stages of development. Despite the many different models of collaboratives, most share common experiences.
- Stages of Collaboration Grid (11” X 17”): This document is a short-hand version of the Collaboration Cloverleaf.
- Factors Influencing Successful Collaboration: It's important to periodically “take the temperature” of your collaborative effort. Use this form to get feedback from members of the collaborative, then discuss the results as a group and decide whether adjustments in process need to be made.
The NFF has developed Conservation Connect to provide the tools necessary for engaging in collaborative, community-based stewardship on our National Forests and Grasslands. Conservation Connect is designed according to the NFF’s peer learning philosophy of creating opportunities for on-the-ground practitioners to share their successes and challenges and to learn from the experiences of others. Conservation Connect hosts peer learning teleconferences, offers mentoring, access to coaches, a resource library, best practices on rotating topics of interest, and more.
We encourage partners to visit the Conservation Connect, Learning Network, and Resource Center pages to access best practices, tools and other links to valuable resources related to public-lands stewardship.
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