Symposium on Science & Stewardship to Protect & Sustain Wilderness Values

 

S&SS Theme I:  Mechanisms For Protecting Wild Values On Private Lands

Program Coordinators – Alan Watson, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute (awatson@fs.fed.us), Steve Carver, University of Leeds (s.j.carver@leeds.ac.uk), and Zdenka Krenova, Czech Academy of Sciences (zd.krevnova@gmail.com).

 

Session Time Key

A is      9:30 AM to 11:10 AM
B is     11:30 AM to 1:10 PM
C is      3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
D is      5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

 

I-1:       Mechanisms For Protecting Wild Values On Private Lands: Case Studies From Around The World – Session One
Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session B – Aula 1.2

I-2       Mechanisms For Protecting Wild Values On Private Lands: Case Studies From Around The World – Session Two
Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session C – Aula 1.2

I-3       Mechanisms For Protecting Wild Values On Private Lands: Case Studies From Around The World – Session Three
Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session D – Sala Menor

 

S&SS I-1: MECHANISMS FOR PROTECTING WILD VALUES ON PRIVATE LANDS – CASE STUDIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD, SESSION I

Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session B – Aula 1.2

Theme: WILD Foundation, Mechanisms for Protecting Wild Values on Private Lands: Case Studies from Around the World

Moderator—John Hendee & ChadDawson, The WILD Foundation

Introduction Of Sessions And Speakers
John Hendee, The WILD Foundation

Protect Public Values On Private Lands In The State Of Maine, USA
Tom Rumpf, The Nature Conservancy, USA
Kent W. Wommack, The Nature Conservancy, USA

Conservation Easements In The Adirondack Park Of New York State
Chad Dawson, SUNY-Syracuse
Steve Bick, Northeast Forests LLC
Pater D’Luhosch, SUNY-New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Matthew Nowak, SUNY-New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Diane Kuehn, SUNY-Syracuse

A Review Of Environmental Stewardship In South Africa
Jaco Barendse, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Christo Fabricius, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Bianca Currrie, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Dirk Roux, South African National Parks
Natasha Wilson, WWF Land Programme, Cape Town

 

S&SS I-2: THE WILD FOUNDATION, MECHANISMS FOR PROTECTING WILD VALUES ON PRIVATE LANDS – CASE STUDIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD, SESSION II

Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session C – Aula 1.2

Theme:  Mechanisms for Protecting Wild Values on Private Lands: Case Studies from Around the World

Moderator—John Hendee & ChadDawson, The WILD Foundation

Introduction Of Session And Speakers
Chad Dawson, The WILD Foundation

Protection Through Land Acquisitions And The Creation Of A Corporate Conservation Council
Matthew Salmon, The Nature Conservancy (Australia)
Michael Looker, The Nature Conservancy (Australia)

Eden To Addo Corridor Initiative In South Africa
Joan Berning, Eden to Addo Corridor Initiative (South Africa)

Evaluating Social-Ecological Aspects Of Edge Effects And Land Use Conflict At The Borders Of Etosha National Park, Namibia
Lelani M. Mannetti, Stellenbosch University
Karen J. Esler, Stellenbosch University
Ulrich Zeller, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

 

S&SS I-3: MECHANISMS FOR PROTECTING WILD VALUES ON PRIVATE LANDS: CASE STUDIES FROM AROUND THEWORLD III

Scheduled For: Tuesday, Session D – Sala Menor

Theme:  Mechanisms for Protecting Wild Values on Private Lands: Case Studies from Around the World

Moderator—John Hendee & ChadDawson, The WILD Foundation

Introduction Of Session And Speakers
John Hendee, The WILD Foundation

Establishment Of Indigenous Protected Areas On Lands Owned By Indigenous Peoples
Peter Taylor, The Nature Conservancy (Australia)

Using Biodiversity Stewardship As A Means To Secure The Natural Wild Values On Communal Land In South Africa
Kevin McCann, Wildlands Conservation Trust
Roelie Kloppers, Wildlands Conservation Trust
Andrew Venter, Wildlands Conservation Trust

Camdeboo-Mountain Zebra National Park Corridor: Opportunities For Conservation And Socio-Economic Development
Matthew Norval, Wilderness Foundation (South Africa)