ARCC’s third stakeholder engagement workshop was held on 26-28th August 2019 workshop in Bariadi town in northern Tanzania. The stakeholders comprised of government and non-governmental bodies, local community, researchers and Wildlife Management Areas from Bariadi, Itilima, Meatu, Maswa and Busega Districts in Simiyu Region. Like other stakeholders workshops run by ARCC, the workshop was interested in co-producing scenarios of future land use change for western Serengeti and the trajectories that will lead to the scenarios. To inform the development of the future scenarios, stakeholders used insights from past and present interactions between climates, landscapes and societies. ARCC researchers will then use the insights from the stakeholder workshop to simulate spatial scenarios of future land use change under projected climate and socio-economic trends for western Serengeti.