SAVE THE DATE: NvCCN-Sponsored Workshop for Local Area Working Groups March 5-6, 2019 (8am-5pm) • Reno/Sparks, NV • Nugget
NvCCN-Sponsored Workshop for Local Area Working Groups March 5-6, 2019 (8am-5pm) • Reno/Sparks, NV • Nugget
The Nevada Collaborative Conservation Network (NvCCN) is a state-wide network that works to promote and support locally-led collaborative conservation efforts, with emphasis on sagebrush ecosystem conservation andmanagement. One way the NvCCN is working to achieve this goal by hosting annual workshops to promote networking, information sharing and education opportunities for individuals and organizations engaged in community-based conservation efforts across the state. To find out more about NvCCN please visit our website at nvccn.org.
This save the date is for the 2nd Annual NvCCN sponsored workshop for Local Area Working Groups of which will focus on the following:
1. Networking and relationship building for individuals and groups interested in community-based conservation in Nevada
2. Learning about opportunities and challenges facing locally-led conservation efforts within and outside of NV
3. Developing a better understanding of project prioritization, funding and implementation (i.e., NEPA) andexploring ways to overcome associated hurdles
The next workshop will be March 5-6, 2019 at the Nugget in Reno/Sparks. Our primary audience for this workshopincludes private landowners, public lands grazing permittees, public agency personnel, Conservation District representatives, non-governmental organizations, and others who currently participate in locally-led conservation groups or who may assist with the development of new locally led efforts. Please feel free to distribute to any group or person that you think would gain from attending this workshop!
Please book your hotel reservations at the Nugget using group code GBLMM4 by February 18, 2019 (In order to get the conference room free of charge, we need to book a certain number of rooms at the Nugget).
If you have any questions about the workshop, please contact Laura Van Riper at 541-905-2980 or firstname.lastname@example.org