Expertise: Community-Based Engagement (Natural Resource Management)
DescriptionExtensive experience engaging individuals, groups, and communities in collaborative work that seeks to build environmentally healthy, culturally rich, and economically strong schools and communities. Significant experience with leadership training, environmental education, and applied research conducted through his association with Antioch New England Institute.
Experience with domestic and international research and consulting on environmental policy and sustainable development based upon a strong support for the value of citizen participation, community education, and effective public-private partnerships between local communities and their citizens, institutions, and businesses. Recent research and publications have focused on community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) and strategies for sustainably managing common-pool resources.