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Making a Difference in Natural Resource Conservation

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The Services 
We Provide

Environmental Assessments & Planning

  • Risk and vulnerability assessments

  • Environmental assessments (statewide as well as regional and local) and audits

  • Biosecurity planning

  • Integrated water management plans

  • Summit and large meeting planning/facilitation

  • Agency business planning

  • Scientific technical writing

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Engagement & Outreach

  • Website development and maintenance

  • Outreach plans

  • Outreach campaigns

  • Outreach materials

  • Interpretive planning and displays

  • Social media/infographics

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Organizational Management

  • Strategic meeting facilitator

  • Strategic planning

  • Board and organizational development

  • Survey instrument development, implementation, and analysis

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We take a comprehensive approach, focusing on people, issues, and goals to achieve desired outcomes.

We design processes to meet the unique needs of each client.

We bring clarity to complex issues with multiple interests and perspectives.

We design and conduct assessments to tackle the most challenging conservation issues of our time.

We bring people and organizations together to find common ground, navigate differences, and creative, effective solutions.

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Our Track Record

We've been around the block a time or two . . .

We opened the doors of Creative Resource Strategies, LLC, in 2002 and are certified by the State of Oregon as a Women Business Enterprise, and by the U.S. federal government as a Women-owned Small Business. We have served consortiums, local governments, nonprofit organizations, federal and state agencies, universities, and others, making a difference in their natural resource programs and helping them to achieve their goals.

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