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April Education Events for Small Nonprofits and Forest Service Partners
The Public Lands Alliance will be hosting two online learning opportunities this April and invite public land nonprofits, land management agency staff and companies that partner with these groups to attend either for free, or for a small charge (cost details provided for each opportunity).
April 5, 2017, 2-3 pm (EDT)
“SMALL BUT MIGHTY, ROUND 2" WEB CHAT
COST: FREE FOR MEMBERS, $25 FOR NONMEMBERS, PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Based on the success of last year's web chat, PLA is bringing back this online roundtable that centers on unique challenges facing small public land nonprofits. We'll continue the conversation from last year and tackle topics such as: communicating with your agency partner, forging creative partnerships, recruiting new members, finding volunteers and more.
Here’s what one participant had to say about last year’s event:
“I have two pages of notes with great ideas as I go forward. In addition, I now have some new contacts with individuals from organization similar to my own. It really helps to know that I am not alone in my struggle.”
– Amy Cauthon, Executive Director, Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses
April 19, 2017, 2-4 pm (EDT)
“US FOREST SERVICE AND ONCELL MOBILE APP: AN APP FOR YOU" WEBINAR & DISCUSSION
COST: FREE, PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
The USDA Forest Service Washington Office has entered into a partnership with OnCell tours to develop a National Forest Systemwide mobile tour app, along with corresponding tours for each interested National Forest, Grassland or Prairie. Join us for an overview of the app, its features, and the process of developing a tour for your forest (all at no cost to you for the first year!). A must-view for all Interpretive Associations, Friends Groups, and other nonprofits that partner with the Forest Service to provide information and services to the public.
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