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Debra-Ann Brabazon, USFS, shares her insights about partnering with youth at Michigan’s Huron-Manistee National Forests. When young people are encouraged to make a difference in their community, the benefits can be reaped for years to come. Find out how community service projects can impact your partnerships on the ground in this case study, Engaging Youth.
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Leigh Goldberg is the Academy’s Scholar-in-Residence and a Managing by Network Instructor. Her recent series of case studies takes us behind the scenes of California’s One Tam landscape-scale collaborative to learn more about the applied practices that support starting, developing and sustaining complex partnerships. Leigh’s One Tam studies provide us with an innovative and scalable Roadmap of partnership essentials.
In her most recent study, Generating, Scaling Up, and Sustaining Partnership Impact: One Tam's First Four Years, Leigh teamed up with Amy Mickel, Ph.D. Together, they reveal a three-tiered Partnership Impact Model that can be used as an aspirational or reflective model to guide discussions and/or evaluations of complex partnership or collaborative working groups.
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