David E Lytle Meredith W Cornett and Mary S Harkness

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Border Lakes Background

5.2.1. Description of the Border Lakes Landscape

5.2.2. Ecology of the Border Lakes Landscape

5.2.3. Land Ownership and Management Goals in the Border Lakes Landscape

5.3. Fundamental Rationales for Working toward a Common Desired Future Condition

5.3.1. Overlapping Stakeholder Missions

5.3.2. Scale of Ecological Processes and Land Ownership Patterns

5.4. Programmatic Rationales for Working toward a Common Desired Future Condition

5.4.1. Agency Requirements to Address a Larger Management Context

5.4.2. Improved Ability to Leverage Government Funds

5.5. Challenges in Working toward a Common Desired Future Condition

5.6. The Knowledge Transfer Process

5.6.1. Phase One: Initiate the Collaborative Learning Process

5.6.2. Phase Two: Pilot Modeling Project

DAVID E. LYTLE • The Nature Conservancy, 6375 Riverside Drive, Suite 50, Dublin, OH 43017, USA MEREDITH W. CORNETT and MARY S. HARKNESS • The Nature Conservancy, 1101 West River Parkway, Suite 200, Minneapolis, MN 54415, USA.

5.6.3. Phase Three: Early Review of the Pilot Model

5.6.4. Phase Four: Build Institutional Support

5.7. Next Steps: Increasing the Scale and Impact of the Partnership

5.8. Lessons Learned

5.8.1. Summary of Knowledge Transfer Challenges

5.8.2. Summary of Knowledge Transfer Successes Literature Cited

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