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The Wallace Stegner Center’s Environmental Dispute Resolution (EDR) Program fosters a culture of collaboration around the environment, natural resource, and broader public policy issues, with a particular focus on Utah and the Mountain West. We do so through helping professionals in natural resource and public policy fields build their capacity to be more skillful in engaging with and working through conflict.

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At the Environmental Dispute Resolution program, thorny issues lead to “elegant solutions”

Nov 21, 2022

As you may have noticed, we humans don’t always get along. We fight over land, we argue that we aren’t getting our fair share of […]

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I Abhor the Word “Compromise”

Oct 10, 2022

PLEASE NOTE: The EDR Program is a big advocate for doing “less but better.” In line with that and our sense that most people get […]

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Introducing the Gateway & Natural Amenity Region (GNAR) Initiative

Sep 26, 2022

By Jordan Katcher The Wallace Stegner Center’s Environmental Dispute Resolution (EDR) Program fosters a culture of collaboration around the environment, natural resource, and broader public […]

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Seeing the Forest for the Trees: An Environmental Psychologist’s Guide to Sharing Ranching Landscapes with Wildlife

Sep 12, 2022

By Dr. Hannah Jaicks Most aspects of life in the early twenty-first century go beyond easy analysis and resolution. The subject of ranching, particularly in […]

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