Mine-Scarred Lands Initiative Tool Kit: Building Project Teams
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The six demonstration projects show that revitalizing mine-scarred lands can be a lengthy and complex process. Building a broad-based project team can foster needed support, sustain project momentum, and ensure that no single individual has sole responsibility for realizing the project goals.
Building a Core Project Team
Provides information on core project teams that were developed to foster innovative thinking and maintain momentum throughout lengthy projects.
Identifying and Engaging Stakeholders and Partners
Describes how the MSL project teams identified partners who could lend their resources and skills to the project and stakeholders who were potentially affected by the project.
Involving the Larger Community
Describes how the MSL project teams informed and involved the broader community to build community support for projects.