Fig. 4. As relationships among landowners and the LTWC develop through the growth of social infrastructure, the focus of projects moves from isolated project location to concerted efforts among multiple landowners within the same subwatershed to large-scale projects that address issues at the scale of the ecosystems. As the social infrastructure grows, watershed residents become citizen connectors facilitating learning and projects among their neighbors, and the number of individual landowners willing to be involved in the restoration of ecologically important habitat increases.