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An Innovative Master's Program that Prepares Leaders to Address Conservation Challenges

The creation of a sustainable future will require the development of conservation practitioners with a strong foundation in science, leadership, and management. In addition, these practitioners will need to engage in cross-disciplinary problem solving, to understand cross-cultural and cross-boundary issues, and to be comfortable operating adaptively in an environment of increasing complexity and uncertainty.

Through the Conservation Leadership through Learning (CLTL) program, we are pioneering a new model for graduate education that will prepare the next generation of conservation leaders. CLTL merges transdisciplinary University education with real-world action to create on-the-ground benefits for conservation and communities. The result is a highly integrated learning experience developed by Colorado State University’s Warner College of Natural Resources in partnership with Universities, NGOs, government agencies, and local communities around the globe.  

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The CLTL program has been awarded the Western Association of Graduate Schools Award for Excellence and Innovation in Graduate Education. Read more.