Bray J. Beltrán is an ecologist by training. He firmly believes collaborative bottom-up conservation can help people find the balance between the well-being of local communities and the resources we use to maintain our quality of life. Bray strives to develop a science program that informs private and public land protection and stewardship and that is inclusive of all people in the Intermountain West. Bray grew up in Colombia and immigrated to the U.S in 2000.
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- A05. Reimagining our Tools and Processes to Restore Indigenous Rights through Private Land Conservation
October 05, 2021
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM