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Cereghino, P., S. Meyer, S. Easton, J. Baker, H. Cole, J. Israel, R. Carlson, J. Kramer, 2018. Evaluating our acquisition systems: January 2018 workshop findings. Prepared for the Puget Sound Federal Task Force. 11 pp.

  • TOPIC 1 - Improving Stewardship
    • Problem 1 – FUNDING FOR STEWARDSHIP
    • Problem 2 – RECOGNIZING STEWARDSHIP VALUE
    • Problem 3 – STEWARDSHIP SYSTEM EFFICIENCY
  • TOPIC 2 - Implementing Programs to Accelerate Conservation
    • Problem 1 – FUNDING PRE-APPROVED LANDSCAPE OBJECTIVES
    • Problem 2 – IMPROVING INCENTIVE PACKAGES
    • Problem 3 – INSUFFICIENT RESOURCES FOR LARGE SCALE ACQUISITION
  • TOPIC 3 - Improving Easement Language and Flexibility
    • Problem 1 – EASEMENT LANGUAGE CAN BE COMPLICATED, RIGID, AND NARROW
    • Problem 2 – GRANT CONDITIONS LIMIT EFFECTIVENESS
    • Problem 3 – MATCHING PROJECT TO RIGHT FUNDING
    • Problem 4 – SELLING MULTIPLE RIGHTS FROM THE SAME PARCEL
  • TOPIC 4 - Making Compelling Offers for Large Projects
    • Problem 1 – PAYING MORE WITHOUT DRIVING UP PROPERTY VALUES
    • Problem 2 – AVOID DISCREPANCY BETWEEN APPRAISAL AND ESTIMATE

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