Watershed Conservation: Building Partnerships and Securing Funding for Your Projects

Friday, December 3
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST
Water is critical for socio-economic development, energy and food production, healthy ecosystems and building climate change resilience. This webinar offers an in-depth look at partnerships, including developing relationships and collaborative programs with non-profit or education partners, and available funding opportunities. This session also includes a frequently asked questions (FAQs) segment addressing the mysteries of grant program requirements and application best practices.
You’ll learn:
  • About a case study in watershed conservation highlighting a successful corporate/NGO partnership.
  • How to engage partners in conservation activities
  • Available funding opportunities
Who should join the webinar:
  • Anyone interested looking to learn more about partnership building and funding opportunities such as non-profits, government, corporations, academia
  • Nancy Sadlon, Manager of Public Affairs, Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery
  • Jonathan Phillips, Executive Director, Groundwork Elizabeth
  • Wellington “Duke” Reiter, Founder, Ten Across Initiative
This webinar is the third in a three-part series of webinars focused on water conservation. The first two parts, Water Conservation and STEM: Turning Students into Water Stewards and Water Resources Management: Policies, Issues and Voluntary Solutions, are available on-demand. 
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