To explore what positive transboundary conservation efforts could be advanced in support of 30×30, a loose knit group have been facilitating transboundary dialogues that include conservation non-profits, regional and federal agency staff, Indigenous Peoples and entities, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and other interested individuals.

The purpose of the open-to-all transboundary dialogues is to explore priorities and opportunities for advancing collaborative transboundary conservation with Indigenous leadership and specifically to explore what kind of federal support we would recommend from governments in the United States and Canada to help advance such efforts.

The wisdom generated from these dialogues was incorporated into these US-Canada Transboundary and Indigenous-led Conservation of Nature and Culture Priority Recommendations that any and all can take/adapt/use to encourage federal governments to help support transboundary Indigenous-led conservation of nature and people.

Further input is being solicited through the 2021 Salazar Center Symposium, and other ways, including here. Thanks for any input!

US Canada Transboundary and Indigenous-led Conservation of Nature and Culture Priority Recommendations draft 2021

Comment on the recommendations

We welcome any comments on the US-Canada Transboundary and Indigenous-led Conservation of Nature and Culture Priority Recommendations you have.