The DLN Sharing Management Practices team has worked with the Collaborative Conservation and Adaptation Strategy Toolbox (CCAST) to develop and disseminate several case studies. The CCAST is a multi-organizational partnership directed by the Bureau of Reclamation and US Fish and Wildlife Service that cooperates with over 150 individuals from dozens of organizations to increase and improve communication; develop tools to support landscape conservation, restoration, and drought resilience; inform management decision-making; and develop actionable science. Case studies are write-ups of work completed to manage, conserve, restore, or conduct actionable science on natural resources. These case study narratives focus on methods and lessons learned that can inform future projects. Case Studies provide an opportunity to highlight the work of professionals, especially work that is not published in literature.

 

An Analysis of Drought Exposure, Impacts, and Adaptation in the South-Central U.S.

Developing Tools for Improved Water Supply Forecasting in the Rio Grande Headwaters

Rangeland Restoration Following the Martin Fire in Reno, Nevada

Decision-Making in Snow-Fed Arid-Land River Systems

Drought Mitigation through Land Management and Water Distribution for Wild Horses (2 page summary)

Heritage Genetics to Increase Cattle Resilience during Drought (2 page summary)

Rancher to Rancher: Building a Community for Conservation in Montana (2 page summary)