This technical memo defines multiple pay for success strategies that can be used to leverage public and private funds to achieve verified environmental outcomes. We also define the context in which each strategy is most likely to succeed at creating effective incentives to drive investment and performance.
At what price would you do a conservation project on your land? This is the question that ranchers from Nevada, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Oregon and Canada cattlemen’s and stock growers associations answered recently at a side event to the Cattle Industry Summer Business Meeting hosted by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association in Denver,… Read more »
On December 9th, 2015, the State of Nevada announced that funds are available through the Sagebrush Ecosystem Program for projects that will enhance and restore high quality greater sage-grouse habitat on private and public land. The purpose of these funds is to not only improve greater sage-grouse habitat, but to also create a supply of “compensatory… Read more »