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The Wallace Stegner Center’s Environmental Dispute Resolution (EDR) Program fosters a culture of collaboration around the environment, natural resources, and broader public policy issues, with a particular focus on Utah and the Mountain West. We do so through providing teaching and training, coaching partnerships, public education, and collaboration assistance and advising.

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Notes from the Collaborative Governance Rodeo

Oct 11, 2021 | EDR Blog

By Wendy Willis Since the term started emerging in 1970s, collaborative governance has been a wily beast. Just as scholars start to corral and define […]

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The Pause: Closing the Gap Between Our Best Intentions and Our Actions

Sep 27, 2021 | EDR Blog

By Marina Piscolish, Ph.D. For years, we, as a field, have been hard at work teaching crucial communication skills for managing conflict, solving problems, and […]

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Conversation Dominators. (When “Step Up, Step Back” doesn’t cut it)

Sep 14, 2021 | EDR Blog

By Maggie Chumbley This post originally appeared on maggiechumbley.com on October 14, 2020. We are reposting it with the Maggie Chumbley’s permission. Hands down, the […]

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The Benefits of a Situation Assessment

Aug 20, 2021 | EDR Blog

By Isobel Lingenfelter The situation assessment is often promoted in the facilitation and conflict resolution world, and yet it can be tempting to skip this […]

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