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Webinar: Citizen Science: Engaging Your Community
by Nina Hadley
 
 
Year published:2018
Publisher:Land Trust Alliance
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87 minutes
Recorded 1/30/2018
Instructor: Nina Hadley

Partner to Inventory and Monitor Your Lands and Engage Your Community

We all know engaging the community meaningfully is essential to the long-term success of land trusts and land conservation, and that includes an effective volunteer program. Furthermore, collecting baseline data to help build a conservation or restoration plan, and getting the ecological data you need from all the necessary places (including the hard to reach ones!) can be daunting tasks. Join Adventure Scientists' Director of Project Creation, Nina Hadley, as she discusses her organization’s approaches to recruiting, training and managing volunteers from the outdoor community to collect data in support of conservation outcomes. Learn how to harness the skills and passion of volunteers across your state, region, or beyond to conduct the ecological monitoring you need to take protection to the next level.

How will you benefit from this webinar?

  • Apply lessons learned from Adventure Scientists’ volunteer-based monitoring work to your land trust
  • Implement proven strategies to harness the skills and passion of the outdoor community in order to gather data, conduct natural resources inventories and ecological monitoring across large properties or many smaller ones (especially when you don’t have time to recruit, train and manage volunteers yourself)
  • Learn how you can engage and collaborate with Adventure Scientists to increase community engagement and complete critical monitoring tasks

Access to this recording will expire on December 31, 2019, and is subject to availability of the AdobeConnect service.

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