The workshop will explore why and how conservation at the landscape scale is needed to make progress on the three primary themes of this year's Rally--inclusion, climate and water. It will focus on practical tools and examples from three ongoing landscape scale projects and how land trusts can participate in larger scale conservation to meet the important 21st Century conservation challenges identified by Rally organizers. This will be done by presenting case studies of three successful large-scale projects--the Bayou Greenway Project in Houston for inclusion of diverse people in on-the-ground conservation in a large metro area; the Central Appalachian project of TNC to illustrate how to address climate change mitigation and adaptation through creation of a climate-based forest economy in what has been a coal mining region; and the longstanding work of the Natural Lands Trust to discuss the multi-faceted protection of the Delaware River watershed. Each panelist will emphasize practical tools for accomplishing conservation goals and how non-profit organizations, including land trusts, can play a vital role. We will then engage the audience in a structured discussion around tools, techniques, risks and opportunities to apply the lessons learned from these landscapes to other places. The moderator will draw final lessons from the workshop to be communicated to the Land Trust Alliance and to the Network for Landscape Conservation. These lessons will become part of the NLC's ongoing effort to work with land trusts to encourage cooperative conservation across large landscapes.