Landscape Partnerships (LPs, also known as multi-stakeholder partnerships or MSPs) bring different stakeholders together to agree on and pursue a common strategy to achieve resilient and sustainable landscapes. LPs create a safe space for stakeholders to share information, develop a common understanding of problems and opportunities, negotiate outcomes, create a shared vision for the landscape, and collaboratively decide and implement action plans to sustainably manage the resources in a landscape. LPs can help build trust between different stakeholders. They provide a space to address conflicts over access to resources, democratize development by giving stronger voice to minority groups, and facilitate collective learning. Moving towards more resilient landscapes requires cycles of negotiation, and opportunities for landscape actors to communicate effectively. This is a co-creation process: strong facilitation can help actors focus on negotiating their core interests, rather than defending specific solutions, and on finding ways to enhance synergies and reduce tradeoffs among resource users and uses. Co-creation and facilitation needs to be ensured for many years to make sure the system change will be successfully embedded within a landscape. The development costs to guarantee this process should be part of any budget design.