Join us for a chat with our partners in the field on #WorldRainforestDay

Tuesday June 22nd at 8am Central

Building on Monday’s event, Dr. Teri Allendorf, the executive director of Community Conservation Inc., and CC’s partners will tackle similar questions and take a deep dive into their experiences in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. We will learn about the different contexts they work in and the experiences they’ve had working with communities to conserve biodiversity and endangered wildlife.

Speakers:

Teri Allendorf, Executive Director, Community Conservation Inc.

Sam Shanee, Founder and Projects Director, Neotropical Primate Conservation

Denis Ndeloh, Founder, Community-Based Biosynergy Management

Birendra Mahato, Founder, Community Conservation Nepal

Sam Helle, Co-Founder, Project Conservation

Khine Khine Swe, Director, Friends of Wildlife

FREE to attend! Join us for “Experiences from the field: Community Conservation Around the World”

Dr. Allendorf is also participating in a panel discussion for World Rainforest Day on Monday June 21st from 11am-1:30pm central.

How do organizations partner with local and Indigenous communities, what do those partnerships yield, and how can they be strengthened?

Three high-impact organizations – whose shared approach to conservation is rooted in collaboration with local communities – are coming together to share their experiences and best practices with you. In a blend of conversation and Q&A, panelists from Community Conservation Inc., Forest Trends, and EcoLogic Development Fund will take a deep dive into the field of community-based conservation, unpacking what a partnership with a local or Indigenous group looks like and how to effectively collaborate to ensure maximal impact and a mutually beneficial relationship.

Speakers:

Teri Allendorf, Executive Director, Community Conservation Inc

Barbara Vallarino, Executive Director, EcoLogic Development Fund

Marco Acevedo, Mexico Program Officer, EcoLogic Development Fund

Beto Borges, Director of Communities and Territorial Governance Initiative, Forest Trends

Special thank you to our field partners and the team at #WorldRainforestDay for helping make this happen!