Session 6: Paddle Together

Session 6: Paddle Together

Presentations

Building Savvy and Resilience in Your Partnership Network (PDF)

Peer to Peer Case Studies: MBN Alumni

ALPHA: Ricardo Lopez, USDA FS, Forest Engineer, Angeles National Forest, CA. MbN Class of 2020. Angeles National Forest Collaborative Transit to Trails.

BETA: Jessica Collier, PhD, USFWS, Fish Biologist, Green Bay Fish & Wildlife Conservation Office, WI. MbN Class of 2021. Great Lakes Basin Road-Stream Crossing Inventory.

GAMMA: Jeremiah Martinez, USDA FS, USDA FS, Supervisory Natural Resource Specialist (MbN 2012) and Gerard Sandoval, Forestry Tech / Wilderness Ranger (MbN 2022), Conejos Peak Ranger District, Rio Grande National Forest, CO. Serving Our Communities, Building Our Legacy: The Conejos Peak Trails.

Resource videos: America's Great Outdoors Initiative videos with Jeremiah Martinez; Southwest Conservation Corps Salida Youth Crew Program video

DELTA : Jared Strawderman, Gorge Refuge Stewards, Stewardship & Community Engagement Coordinator, Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge Complex, WA.  And Sarah Williams Brown, USFWS, Community Engagement Specialist, Portland-Vancouver National Wildlife Refuges, WA. MbN Class of 2021. Urban Wildlife Conservation Program

 

Optional Homework and Resources

 

Case Study Program Resources

 

Instructors: Anne Desmarais, Kendra Briechle, and Alumni guest presenters

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