Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative People and Carnivores

The Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative is dedicated to the conservation of species, ecosystems, and human communities. NRCC was created to illuminate changes in our natural surroundings and communities, and to encourage new strategies and partnerships for conservation that clarify and secure common interest outcomes. NRCC merges expertise from the ecological sciences with an understanding of human communities. By supporting researchers globally who are working on scientific and policy issues and coordinating cooperative partnerships among NGOs, state and federal agencies, and others, we foster a vibrant communication network between researchers and decision-makers.

Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2010 to 2013.

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Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative Grant history

2013

$85,000 - A two-year grant to develop community-based solutions to wildlife conflict in the High Divide and Crown of the Continent. Place-based conservation

2012

$30,000 - To reconnect fragmented carnivore populations in the U.S. Northern Rockies by reducing and preventing conflicts in key linkage habitats within the High Divide and Crown of the Continent. Place-based conservation

2011

$30,000 - To reconnect fragmented carnivore populations in the U.S. Northern Rockies by reducing conflicts in key linkage habitats within the High Divide and Crown of the Continent. Place-based conservation

2010

$10,000 - To create a culture of coexistence between people and large carnivores in the U.S. Northern Rockies. Grassroots fund