VIDEO: Watershed Protection Program Convening

About the WPF Watershed Protection Program

The convening opened with a presentation by Andrew Johnson, Watershed Protection Program Director, followed by a Q&A session with Andrew and Dianne Russell, President of the Institute for Conservation Leadership.

Watershed Protection Strategies: Watershed-Wide

Presentations featuring work emblematic of the Watershed-Wide strategy from:

   • Brenna Goggin, Director of Advocacy, Delaware Nature Society

   • Josh McNeil, Executive Director, Conservation Voters of PA

Watershed Protection Strategies: Targeted Sub-Watersheds

Presentations featuring work emblematic of the Targeted Sub-Watersheds strategy from:

   • Sarah Clark, Senior Associate, Institute for Conservation Leadership

   • Barbara Davis, Vice President of Programs, The Land Conservancy of New Jersey

Watershed Protection Strategies: Constituency Building

Presentations featuring work emblematic of the Constituency Building strategy from:

   • Maitreyi Roy, Executive Director, Bartram's Garden

   • Robin Irizarry, Philadelphia Watershed Coordinator, Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership, Inc.

The Art of Closing Triangles (How Networks Function)

Dianne Russell led a session on the networking practice of "closing triangles." Guests were encouraged to close at least two triangles before the day was over.

Inside WPF: A Conversation with the Watershed Protection Team

To conclude the day, guests submitted questions and listened to a moderated conversation with the Watershed Protection team about our approach to grantmaking, our long-term goals for the program, and factors affecting conservation.


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