Session 06: See the Possibilities, March 8 & 9

Session 06: See the Possibilities, March 8 & 9


Peer to Peer Presentations:

  • ALPHA: John Titre, USFS, District Staff Officer, Wilderness, Trails, Recreation, Lands & Special Uses, Coronado National Forest, AZ, Class of 2015. "Sensing: A Tool for Improving Partnerships and Collaboration."
  • BETA: Leslie Wolff, NOAA, Hydrologist, NOAA Fisheries California Coastal Office, CA, MbN Class of 2016. "From Regulatory Relationship to Partnership: Instream Gravel Mining and Salmon Habitat Restoration on the Mad River, CA."
  • GAMMA: Jane Farmer, NPS, Park Ranger, Interpretation, Natchez Trace Parkway,  MS, MbN Class of 2016. "Connecting Chickasaw and Chocktaw Students to their Ancestral Homelands."
  • DELTA: Miles Meyer,  Supervisory Biologist, Everglades South Team, South Florida Ecological Services Office, USFWS, FL, MbN Class of 2015.  "  Partnerships - They're Not All the Same: Developing Partnerships that Meet Specific Purposes.  "

Case Study Resources:

Partnership Assessment Tools:

Deeper Dive:


  • Anne Desmarais
  • Liz Madison
  • Managing by Network Alumni

Course Notebook Materials listed with this arrow icon are recommended for self-study when you miss a webinar.

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