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Collaborative Management

Dr. Buck is Director of the Collaborative Management program providing leadership for the generation, analysis and implementation of innovations to integrate agriculture and NRM knowledge, sectors and land uses at landscape scale.  Dr. Buck has led EcoAgriculture Partners’ capacity-building work since our founding, developing and piloting training materials to improve leadership, multi-stakeholder facilitation, and technical abilities for integrated landscape leaders around the world.

A Senior Extension Associate with the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University, Louise leads the joint EcoAgriculture Partners-Cornell University Landscape Measures Initiative, and the Cornell Ecoagriculture Working Group. At Cornell she co-instructs cross-disciplinary courses that connect students with real-world problem-solving in integrated landscape initiatives.  

Louise has designed and implemented curricula and courses aimed at building the leadership capacities of development practitioners throughout her career with CARE, World Agroforestry Center, FAO, Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development, USAID, The World Bank and other organizations.  She holds a PhD from Cornell University in Natural Resources, Adult and Continuing Education and Development Sociology; an MS from Colorado State University in Recreation Resources Planning, Political Science and Rural Sociology and, BS and BA degrees from the University of Colorado-Boulder.

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December 2014

Managing for Resilience