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Working with Great Basin stakeholders in 2015, the Great Basin LCC produced the Science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (S-TEK) Strategic Plan that guides the LCC’s work for the next five years. The S-TEK Strategic Plan identifies the key science and management priorities of the LCC and incorporates the expertise and input of the S-TEK working group, including representatives from federal and state government, tribes, academia and non-profit sectors.
The Great Basin LCC prioritizes activities and programs that address two interrelated drivers at work across Great Basin ecosystems:
A related set of second-order priority topics represent some of the most important challenges currently facing Great Basin ecosystems:
The Great Basin LCC seeks to lead, coordinate, or support work that aligns with its priority topics. This work takes place through initiatives and programs developed and delivered through the LCC itself, research supported by the LCC, as well as other activities implemented through partnerships with organizations working in the Great Basin. Current and potential LCC activities are categorized into the following groups:
For more information on how the LCC activities align with its priority topics, see Table 2 in the S-TEK Strategic Plan.