Maya Rappaport

Maya Rappaport

Jun 07, 2019

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    About This Project

    The Flagstaff Kestrel Project (FKP) seeks to understand effective strategies for integrating community participation into conservation.

    After building a large, interconnected web of community partnerships to create a monitoring program for American kestrels (a quickly-declining species), FKP will use different methodologies to gain the most possible community involvement from diverse groups. We will review best practices, then survey participants and share our findings.


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