The strategy of improved grazing in community conservancies applies to a broad area of pastoralist communities in Northern Kenya (Figure 13). Rangeland within existing and emerging conservancies covers 10 million acres. The long term conservation vision is to expand to other applicable areas, which could more than double the acreage benefitted by this strategy. As this example illustrates, strategy mapping need not be complicated. Even simple maps of anticipated geographic extent of a project are important because they facilitate the ability of stakeholders to weigh in on how a strategy may be affected by politics, climate, or other variables and to have a shared understanding of how large the impact of a strategy could be.