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Public Agency Participation in Local Land Use Planning

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Bureau of Land Management and the Sonoran Institute. 2000. A Desktop Reference Guide to Collaborative, Community-based Planning. Tucson, Arizona: Sonoran Institute.

Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee. 2008. A Toolkit to Protect the Integrity of Greater Yellowstone Area Landscapes. Available online at: http://fedgycc.org/LandscapeIntegrity.htm.

Haub School and Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources. 2008. ENR Distinguished Speaker Series on Collaborative Processes Presents Bill Ruckelshaus, John Turner, and Sarah Bates – Experience with Collaborative Processes (April 9).

Kruse, C. 1997. Coordinated Resource Management: A Voluntary and Collaborative Problem Solving Process for Resource Management Issues. Published for the Society for Range Management, International Section Coordinated Resource Management Committee.

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Additional Resources

Alexander, G., and R. Yaseen. 2000. Resources for Environmental Conflict Resolution: Selected Bibliographies, Databases, and Publication. Tucson, Arizona: Udall Center Publications, University of Arizona (June).

Arthur, J., C. Carlson, and L. Moore. 1999. A Practical Guide to Consensus. Santa Fe, New Mexico: The Policy Consensus Initiative.

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Cox, R. 2006. Environmental Communication and the Public Sphere. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.

Dagget, D. 1998. Beyond the Rangeland Conflict: Toward a West that Works. Flagstaff, Arizona: Good Stewards Project.

Fisher, W., and W. Ury. 1991. Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement without Giving In. New York, New York: Penguin Books.

Ghais, S. 2005. Extreme Facilitation: Guiding Groups through Controversy and Complexity. San Francisco, California: Jossey-Bass.

Lewicki, R.J., B. Gray, and M. Elliott, eds. 2003. Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts: Concepts and Cases. Washington, DC: Island Press.

McKinney, M. 1998. Resolving Public Disputes: A Handbook on Building Consensus. Montana Consensus Council. NRCS and Wyoming Department of Agriculture. 1999. Wyoming Coordinated Resource Management: Local People Addressing Local Issues. Cheyenne, WY: Wyoming Department of Agriculture.

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