The Trust for Public Land has just completed an 18-month community-centered effort to integrate California’s Pathways to 30x30, Regional Conservation Investment Strategies and other governmental climate and conservation plans in California’s Central Coast region into a blueprint. This effort aims to guide climate action involving diverse community interests and focused on balancing biodiversity conservation, equitable access and climate resilience. This work involved assembling and assessing national, state and regional-scale spatial data along with expert opinion from scientists, conservation practitioners, rural community members and Tribal groups, which we integrated into a suite of conservation focus areas and strategies. All this to facilitate partnerships, improve funding alignment with existing sources of funds and support future conservation finance initiatives. In this session, we will share our approach, outcomes and lessons learned and provide a basic framework for similar efforts in other regions.