Workshops and Keynote | Saving Special Places

Workshops and Keynote

 Saving Special Places 2021

will be held as a virtual conference using the WHOVA online event platform
Conference Details will be posted here in mid-February 2021



Saving Special Places 2020 Workshops


Printable PDF of Workshop Topics Table

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

Land Conservation Options & Associated Tax Benefits


Managing Your Conservation Project from P & S to Closing

      Executive Director and Leadership Transition for Non-profits

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!


Conservation Planning for Lake Protection: Merrymeeting Lake


Conservation Planning for Wildlife Connectivity

   Prioritizing Projects: You Can't Do It All

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


Exploring Wabanaki Maine History


Joining Forces: Preservation and Conservation Protection and Stewardship Strategies


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


Using Economics to Make Our Work Relevant


Options for Land Trust Membership Databases


Know Your Neighbors: Community Conservation and Relevance


Recreation Management and Planning for Land Conservation Organizations


Signage to Enhance Visitor Experience at Natural Areas


Ecosystem Management as if the Whole World Mattered


Envision Resilience with New England Landscape Futures Explorer


Why Did the Bobcat Cross the Road?


Opportunities for Private Landowners: Creating Priority Wildlife Habitat


Building a Broad Network of Butterfly Biologists


Science by the People, for the People


Expanding Wildlands Conservation Across the Northeast


Beavers with Benefits


 Motus for New Hampshire


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