Don’t miss the next installment of What Works in the Field, a peer-to-peer web conference series for conservation planning staff and partners.
Save the Date: January 4, 2018 NCPP+You Briefing – Learn what NCPP means for you! The National Conservation Planning Partnership (NCPP) has been working hard to develop solutions for conservation planning staff and partners that will ensure we are able to meet the future needs of our customers.
Tune in as district conservationists discuss the unique challenges and complexities of planning and contracting with regard to State and Federal species and habitats of concern, and cultural resources law. Learn how Maine uses a database to manage workloads and consultation documentation with regulators.
Don’t miss our next installment of What Works in the Field, a peer-to-peer web conference series for conservation planning staff and partners.
Should you wish to listen to any of the National Conservation Planning Partnership’s “What Works in the Field” webinars, recordings of those sessions are available online at https://nrcs.app.box.com/s/1wez1qj55grpsvtwjrvw55x02zwqcdxg Download the current list of webinars here: What Works in the Field Recordings-24Oct2017
A multi-agency and multi-disciplinary team was awarded a PDP grant from Western SARE to host a total of eight training events in western Oregon and Washington in 2017 focused on training ag professionals. The team has developed and is now publishing the Western Oregon and Washington Pasture Calendar […]
Join conservationists around the country on October 24, 2017 to learn about Oregon’s strategic approach to conservation.
The Oregon Conservation Education and Assistance Network – OCEAN – has issued a Request For Proposals for event planning services for their CONNECT 2018 training and networking event in Oregon.