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Workshops and Keynote

 Saving Special Places 2020 Workshops

Keynote Speaker - Gale Straub

Printable PDF of Workshop Topics Table

 
       
       
 
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
 
 
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm
 
 
2:45 pm - 3:45 pm
 
A

Land Conservation Options & Associated Tax Benefits

 

Managing Your Conservation Project from P & S to Closing

      Executive Director and Leadership Transition for Non-profits
B

Conservation Easement Grey Areas-The Perpetual Stewardship Struggle

 

Rules, Roles, & Post-Closing Responsibilities in Charitable Transactions

 

Executory Interests, Rights of Enforcement and Back Up Holders, OH MY!

C

Conservation Planning for Lake Protection: Merrymeeting Lake

 

Conservation Planning for Wildlife Connectivity

   Prioritizing Projects: You Can't Do It All
D

Black and Green: African American History on NH's Land

 

How to Connect with People from All Walks of Life

 

Trails for All in the Granite State

E

Exploring Wabanaki Maine History

 

Joining Forces: Preservation and Conservation Protection and Stewardship Strategies

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F

Project or Comprehensive Campaigns: What Works, When, How?

 

Using Economics to Make Our Work Relevant

 

Options for Land Trust Membership Databases

G


Know Your Neighbors: Community Conservation and Relevance

 

Recreation Management and Planning for Land Conservation Organizations

 

Signage to Enhance Visitor Experience at Natural Areas

H

Ecosystem Management as if the Whole World Mattered

 

Envision Resilience with New England Landscape Futures Explorer

 

Why Did the Bobcat Cross the Road?

I

Opportunities for Private Landowners: Creating Priority Wildlife Habitat

 

Building a Broad Network of Butterfly Biologists

 

Science by the People, for the People

J

Expanding Wildlands Conservation Across the Northeast

 

Beavers with Benefits

 

 Motus for New Hampshire

K

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