Engaging Leaders in Conservation

Local conservationists play the biggest role in implementing and developing conservation strategies. When our field work ends, they are the ones that have the big job of translating our science into action! Above: Our team with community volunteers in Bhraka village. Many of the women in this photograph are a part of a local women's group and they have a big job of keeping their community engaged in the work we are trying to achieve on a daily basis. Our work is focused in Nepal's Annapurna Conservation Area, where every resident has a conservation role to play. Our job is to help people see this role, and we do that by teaching but also through listening. What challenges are communities try

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