Friday, March 21, 2014

UCCE holds Collaboration and Facilitation in Natural Resource Management Workshop on March 26

The Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project’s (SNAMP) University of California Cooperative Extension team will be hosting a workshop on Collaboration and Facilitation in Natural Resource Management on March 26, 2014 in Martell/Jackson, CA.

The goal of this workshop is to help improve communication by building facilitation skills within the many groups involved in collaboration in natural resource management projects. We will work to build a common language to support collaboration, share tools to prevent problems, and demonstrate interventions to support success when problems arise. This workshop is designed to support the building of a common knowledge base through mutual learning and discussion. UC Cooperative Extension has developed training modules for all levels of natural resource management staff and stakeholders interested in developing these skills. 

This workshop will focus on detailed discussions of participants’ real life experiences in the many collaborative efforts underway in the natural resource management world and will include practice and discussion of the most appropriate facilitation practices. The workshop guest speaker will be Sue Britting, Executive Director of Sierra Forest Legacy.

The workshop will be on March 26, 2014 at the Amador County General Services/Department of Agriculture building (12200 B Airport Rd., Room A, Martell, CA) from 10am to 4pm.
Registration is required and there is a $15.00 materials and lunch fee. Please register on-line at http://ucanr.edu/collaborationworkshop/. For more information please contact Kim Ingram at kcingram@ucanr.edu   or check the workshop web page http://ucanr.edu/collaboration/.


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