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The Bureau of Land Management’s Collaborative Action and Dispute Resolution Program (BLM CADR) provides leadership, guidance, and assistance in collaborative implementation of the BLM’s mission. By offering nationwide support—including publications, training, third-party facilitation, and a community of practice network—the program helps the BLM engage with other agencies, Tribal, state, and local governments, stakeholders, and the populations we serve. The aim is to use collaborative processes, internally and externally, through all stages of planning, decision-making, and resolution of any subsequent challenges. In 2015, the BLM began hosting a community of practice webinar series to help employees interested or involved in collaboration and dispute resolution to connect and share lessons learned.