Our resources are our people, our integrity and our know-how.
We share resources to fulfill our mission to promote participatory research to improve public decision making. We partner with organizations and institutions while working with local people in accountable ways based on baseline indicators of community well-being and ecosystem stewardship.
Resources include literature, workbooks, exercises and case studies. Fieldwork researchers whether local community members or natural resource professionals contribute their own expertise and experience to build capacity for social fieldwork to strengthen sustainable public decisions with a focus on climate resilience and ecological restoration. We provide lists of resources for individuals and groups to access on their own and we also sell directly through our shop to fund our programmatic objectives.