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1:00 pm Monitoring and Documentation: Th...
Monitoring and Documentation: Th...
Sep 24 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Monitoring your conservation and education projects and providing valid documentation are key elements of successful certification application. This course explains why monitoring and documentation are so important to documenting your success and ensuring continuous improvement of your efforts. You’ll learn the basics of acquiring baseline data—what is there, and how many? You’ll also learn how advanced monitoring can contribute to citizen science programs and why your data matters so much to the scientific community. We’ll also explore ways to select the right citizen science projects for your program. Level: Highly recommended for beginners in WHC’s certification programs, but is also [more...]
1:00 pm Building Effective Partnerships:...
Building Effective Partnerships:...
Oct 20 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Trying to build a lasting partnership in conservation and community engagement? Learn time-tested steps to ensure your partnership will be mutually beneficial and last from the first excitement-filled meeting well into a mature habitat enhancement program. Case studies from both older and newer partnerships will be featured, demonstrating techniques on how to reach and define your shared mission and goals to keep everyone working together. Just like planting a garden or habitat, partnerships take time to grow and need tending—let successful partners share tips on how they made it work. Level: Recommended for those beginning or considering a partnership for conservation or [more...]
all-day Wildlife Habitat Council Conserv... @ Hilton Baltimore
Wildlife Habitat Council Conserv... @ Hilton Baltimore
Nov 11 – Nov 12 all-day
CSave the date for Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Conference, November 11-12, 2015, at the Hilton Baltimore in Maryland! More details to come.