Partners and staff of the five Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) that span the northern latitudes in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, and Canada met in Anchorage, Alaska November 1st and 2nd to develop a vision for collaborative conservation in view of declining federal support for LCCs. The meeting was convened by the Alaska Conservation Foundation and attended by 80 representatives from the Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands, Arctic, North Pacific, Northwest Boreal, and Western Alaska LCCs. Participants reflected on the accomplishments of the five LCCs over the past 6 years and explored ways to sustain this important collaboration. The representatives developed strategies for restructuring and broadening support for the LCCs given the Trump administration’s elimination of the Science Applications program from the proposed FY 18 and FY 19 budgets and uncertainty of congressional action on funding levels. Proposed actions include shifting lead responsibility for staffing LCCs from the Fish and Wildlife Service to other federal, state, tribal or nongovernment entities and engaging with foundations and industry to broaden financial support. In spite of the uncertainty surrounding federal support for LCCs, all parties renewed their shared commitment to continued collaboration.