The National Conservation Planning Partnership is excited to introduce a new peer-to-peer web conference series to support conservation planning staff and partners. Developed as part of a national priority to reinvigorate conservation planning, the interactive workshops will help to ensure that our field staff are fully engaged and have the right tools to work one-on-one with our diverse customer base.
You are invited to join in on this ongoing opportunity to communicate and share your innovative work with colleagues, nationally.
Each month, a new state will host a conversation focused on hot topics and creative solutions surrounding nationwide efforts to put conservation planning first.
First workshop on July 25, 2017
This online workshop is titled “Returning to Conservation Planning.”
In this workshop, district conservationists from north and south Louisiana will discuss the importance of leveraging local partnerships and how a new pre-obligation review process is helping their field offices provide better conservation planning prior to financial assistance contract obligation.
Join the conversation and gain insight as Louisiana field employees lead an interactive discussion on what works in the field and how they overcame barriers to putting conservation planning first.
When: Tuesday, July 25, 10:00-11:00 p.m. PST/1:00-2:00 p.m. EST (Editor’s note: I’m sure that the announcement meant 10 to 11 a.m. not p.m.!)
How: Adobe Connect – http://nrcs.adobeconnect.com/ncpp/
Read the workshop announcement: NCPP Online Workshop Series – What Works in the Field