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    Blue Accounting: Achieving Collaboration at Scale

    This two-part training explains the natural resource management processes Blue Accounting supports. Blue Accounting, an information delivery initiative supported by an online platform, helps decision-makers set priorities by providing a big picture view of critical Great Lakes issues.

    This training provides an understanding of:

    • The adaptive management process and how it can be carried out collaboratively.
    • The distinct components of information and how they are used to make informed decisions during the collaborative adaptive management (CAM) process.

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      Resources

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      CAM Case Study: GLFC
      Great Lakes Fishery Commission’s Joint Strategic Plan for Management of Great Lakes Fisheries.

      CAM Case Study: Boardman Dam
      Boardman Dam removal in Traverse City, Michigan.

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        Helpful Articles

        Collaborative Adaptive Management
        Find out more about CAM in this Blue Accounting article

        Collaborative Best Practices
        Collaboration is often a challenging process. See this article for recommendations on how to collaborate successfully.