Lectures & Videos

Every spring and fall, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy brings a variety of scholars, practitioners and authors for the Lincoln Lecture series at Lincoln House, which is free and open to the public. Most lectures are at midday and lunch is provided. Registration is required. Use the search box at below to find past and future lectures on specific topics. Select lectures are videotaped and accessible from anywhere in the world, and available in the list of lecture videos below.

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Surface Tensions: Large Landscape Conservation and the Future of America’s Rivers

Date(s): May 05, 2015

Local, state, and national land trusts have protected more land in the United States than is encompassed by America’s national parks. Working with private landowners—and using voluntary as opposed to regulatory frameworks—land trusts protect an additional 2,000,000-plus acres every year. As the la ...


The Power of Data-Driven Decision-Making

Date(s): Apr 07, 2015

In the rapidly evolving technology landscape, the role of data has become increasingly powerful in creating positive change in communities and markets. By creating the largest library of placed-based data on the web and making it available through a familiar map interface – much of it for free – Po ...


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