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Workshops and Keynote

 2019 Workshops
2020 Workshop details will be posted mid-February

Keynote Speaker - Jameson French

Printable PDF of Workshop Topics Table

 
       
       
 
9:00 am - 10:30 am
 
 
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
 
 
2:45 pm - 3:45 pm
 
A

Introduction to Online Mapping Tools for Conservation & Restoration Planning

 

Preparing Baseline Documentation Reports – Starting Easement Stewardship Right!

     

Conserving Your Land: The Basics

B

Conservation Easement Conundrums 

 

New Hampshire Conservation Easement Case Law Round-up 

 

Planning and Mapping for Strategic Land Conservation 

C

Agritourism in New and Existing Conservation Easements

 

Land Access Project – Call to Action

  Waste Not Want Not – Food Recovery in NH
D

Conserving Lands in A Digital Age

 

Highest and Best Use? Conservation Land for New Americans

 

Widen the Net: Creating Self-Guided Outdoor Programs

E

Community Conservation – What’s it Take to Be Relevant?

 

Up Your Game: Measuring the Impacts of Your Work

 

Getting Things Done: Building a Conservation Foundation to Serve the Community

F

Lessons Learned From a Community-Based Capital Campaign

 

Advocacy in Washington: Yes, You Can

 

Fundraising: Working for Change by Broadening Your Base

G


Untrammeled: The Case for Wild Nature

 

Managing Multi-Use of Shared Outdoor Spaces

 

Trails for All in the Granite State

H

Herbicide vs. Invasives: When, Why & How to Fund 

 

Invasive Plants & Wildlife

 

The Art of Being a Good Neighbor 

I

Who Owns and Who is Responsible for NH’s Wildlife? 

 

Monarch Conservation: All Hands on Deck! 

 

Landscaping for Wildlife – Encouraging Diversity in Designed Landscapes

J

Incorporating Climate and Forest Resiliency in Forest Management

 

Carbon Offsets and Conservation