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Conservation Leadership through Learning (CLTL)
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An innovative Master's program which prepares leaders to address complex conservation issues around the globe
An innovative Master's program which prepares leaders to address complex conservation issues around the globe

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#cltlcsu 2.0 on a river boat tour in Mexico #tbt #throwbackthursday
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CLTL students visited Southeast Colorado to learn about its amazing social-ecological systems and collaborative efforts to conserve nature, livelihoods, and culture. Thank you the Colorado Nature Conservancy, Purgatoire Watershed Weed Management Collaborative, Colorado State Land Board, and the local ranchers for sharing with us!
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#cltlcsu 1.0 on a field trip through the forest in Mexico #tbt #throwbackthursday
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#cltlcsu and Center for Protected Area Management alumnus, Santiago, is the National Director of Forestry for Ecuador. He is using his knowledge and skills from CSU to manage efforts to reduce deforestation and represent the country of Ecuador during international conferences and negotiations.

Read more about how Santiago is making a difference for conservation here: https://warnercnr.colostate.edu/csu-alumnus-conserving-forests-ecuador/

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#cltlcsu 1.0 student Adrian meeting with community members about the impacts of climate change! #tbt #throwbackthursday
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#cltlcsu students led focus groups at the Environmental Justice Symposium to understand perspectives on The Modern Day Lorax: Who Speaks for Nature?
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#cltlcsu students are involved in the Environmental Justice Symposium this week, hosted by School of Global Environmental Sustainability's EJCSU working group. They will be collecting surveys, facilitating focus groups, and implementing other methods to better understand environmental justice issues and perspectives around the globe.
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#cltlcsu had a great day practicing ecological field methods and learning about rare plants! Thanks Colorado Natural Heritage Program!
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