Our Mission

Keystone Policy CenterKeystone Policy Center empowers leaders to overcome national and local policy conflicts they previously thought were insurmountable. Through a unique and innovative approach, Keystone shepherds shared-goal partners to find mutually agreeable solutions in energy, environment, education, health, agriculture, emerging genetic technologies, land management, and tribal communities.

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Our Services

Coalitions & Collaborations

Public Engagement & Outreach

Situation Assessments

Policy Development & Strategic Thinking

Leadership and Capacity Building

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Our Work

Agriculture and Food

American Indian/Alaska Native


Emerging Technologies

Energy, Natural Resources,
and Climate

Health Policy and
Public Health

Public Lands/Land
Use Management

Our People

The strength of Keystone Policy Center is its people. Our staff are public policy and subject matter experts with extensive convening and facilitation experience. That combination is rare and it propels conflicted groups, coalitions, and divergent leaders beyond entrenched positions to common higher ground. Our staff also train current and emerging leaders how to harness the power of collaborative decision-making through in-person and online workshops.

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Latest News

Keystone Talks to CBS4 About Wolf Reintroduction Public Engagement

CBS4 recently produced a story about wolves in Colorado, highlighting both the recent wolf sightings in the state as well as the public engagement effort that will be implemented as the state develops a plan for wolf reintroduction. Learn More

Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, Keystone Launch RISE Education Initiative

The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe hosted a community launch of a Tribal education initiative that will develop an academic and cultural curriculum for Ute Mountain Ute youth and the community at large. Learn More

Decarb Dialogue Subgroup Submits Carbon Bank Recommendations

Creating a carbon bank administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture could provide financial incentive for farmers, ranchers, and foresters to reduce atmospheric concentrations of heat-trapping gases and potentially spur additional environmental benefits, according to recommendations submitted by the Carbon Bank Taskforce. Learn More

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