Calendar

Jul
9
Wed
A Regional Conversation: Councils, Districts, & Land Trusts – Medford, OR @ Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center
Jul 9 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

NOWC-OACD-COLT

The Network of Oregon Watershed Councils is dedicated to supporting the work of watershed councils throughout the state by increasing council capacity, improving key relationships, and promoting public awareness of watersheds and watershed councils. Visit us online at www.oregonwatersheds.org.

The Oregon Association of Conservation Districts represents, supports, and strengthens Oregon’s 45 member conservation districts through member services, program development, training, leadership development, public education, and government relations. Visit us online at www.oacd.org.

The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts focuses on improving and advancing land conservation in the state through increased land trust capacity and coverage, engagement of stakeholders, defending and developing new and larger sources of funding, and supportive policies. It represents the land trust community and provides leadership on important initiatives in public policy advocacy, policy implementation decisions, and outreach to public and private stakeholders. Visit us online at www.oregonlandtrusts.org.

District, council and land trust employees and board members, as well as partner agencies and organizations are encouraged to attend. Registration can be completed here:

Regional Conversations – Event Registration

Regional Conversations – Save the Date

Please take the time to look at the agenda, and to set aside some time to attend in your area.

Southern and Eastern Regional Meeting Agenda

Willamette and North Coast Regional Meeting Agenda

Jul
14
Mon
A Regional Conversation: Councils, Districts, & Land Trusts – Bend, OR @ Bend Parks & Recreation District Office - Riverbend Community Room
Jul 14 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

NOWC-OACD-COLT

The Network of Oregon Watershed Councils is dedicated to supporting the work of watershed councils throughout the state by increasing council capacity, improving key relationships, and promoting public awareness of watersheds and watershed councils. Visit us online at www.oregonwatersheds.org.

The Oregon Association of Conservation Districts represents, supports, and strengthens Oregon’s 45 member conservation districts through member services, program development, training, leadership development, public education, and government relations. Visit us online at www.oacd.org.

The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts focuses on improving and advancing land conservation in the state through increased land trust capacity and coverage, engagement of stakeholders, defending and developing new and larger sources of funding, and supportive policies. It represents the land trust community and provides leadership on important initiatives in public policy advocacy, policy implementation decisions, and outreach to public and private stakeholders. Visit us online at www.oregonlandtrusts.org.

District, council and land trust employees and board members, as well as partner agencies and organizations are encouraged to attend. Registration can be completed here:

Regional Conversations – Event Registration

Regional Conversations – Save the Date

Please take the time to look at the agenda, and to set aside some time to attend in your area.

Southern and Eastern Regional Meeting Agenda

Willamette and North Coast Regional Meeting Agenda

Jul
17
Thu
A Regional Conversation: Councils, Districts, & Land Trusts – La Grande, OR @ Eastern Oregon University, Hoke Union Building, Room 339
Jul 17 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

NOWC-OACD-COLT

The Network of Oregon Watershed Councils is dedicated to supporting the work of watershed councils throughout the state by increasing council capacity, improving key relationships, and promoting public awareness of watersheds and watershed councils. Visit us online at www.oregonwatersheds.org.

The Oregon Association of Conservation Districts represents, supports, and strengthens Oregon’s 45 member conservation districts through member services, program development, training, leadership development, public education, and government relations. Visit us online at www.oacd.org.

The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts focuses on improving and advancing land conservation in the state through increased land trust capacity and coverage, engagement of stakeholders, defending and developing new and larger sources of funding, and supportive policies. It represents the land trust community and provides leadership on important initiatives in public policy advocacy, policy implementation decisions, and outreach to public and private stakeholders. Visit us online at www.oregonlandtrusts.org.

District, council and land trust employees and board members, as well as partner agencies and organizations are encouraged to attend. Registration can be completed here:

Regional Conversations – Event Registration

Regional Conversations – Save the Date

Please take the time to look at the agenda, and to set aside some time to attend in your area.

Southern and Eastern Regional Meeting Agenda

Willamette and North Coast Regional Meeting Agenda

Jul
31
Thu
A Regional Conversation: Councils, Districts, & Land Trusts – Oregon City, OR @ Clackams County SWCD Beavercreek Demonstration Farm
Jul 31 @ 12:30 pm – 6:30 pm

NOWC-OACD-COLT

The Network of Oregon Watershed Councils is dedicated to supporting the work of watershed councils throughout the state by increasing council capacity, improving key relationships, and promoting public awareness of watersheds and watershed councils. Visit us online at www.oregonwatersheds.org.

The Oregon Association of Conservation Districts represents, supports, and strengthens Oregon’s 45 member conservation districts through member services, program development, training, leadership development, public education, and government relations. Visit us online at www.oacd.org.

The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts focuses on improving and advancing land conservation in the state through increased land trust capacity and coverage, engagement of stakeholders, defending and developing new and larger sources of funding, and supportive policies. It represents the land trust community and provides leadership on important initiatives in public policy advocacy, policy implementation decisions, and outreach to public and private stakeholders. Visit us online at www.oregonlandtrusts.org.

District, council and land trust employees and board members, as well as partner agencies and organizations are encouraged to attend. Registration can be completed here:

Regional Conversations – Event Registration

Regional Conversations – Save the Date

Please take the time to look at the agenda, and to set aside some time to attend in your area.

Southern and Eastern Regional Meeting Agenda

Willamette and North Coast Regional Meeting Agenda

Aug
11
Mon
A Regional Conversation: Councils, Districts, & Land Trusts – Eugene, OR @ Mount Pisgah Arboretum
Aug 11 @ 12:30 pm – 6:30 pm

NOWC-OACD-COLT

The Network of Oregon Watershed Councils is dedicated to supporting the work of watershed councils throughout the state by increasing council capacity, improving key relationships, and promoting public awareness of watersheds and watershed councils. Visit us online at www.oregonwatersheds.org.

The Oregon Association of Conservation Districts represents, supports, and strengthens Oregon’s 45 member conservation districts through member services, program development, training, leadership development, public education, and government relations. Visit us online at www.oacd.org.

The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts focuses on improving and advancing land conservation in the state through increased land trust capacity and coverage, engagement of stakeholders, defending and developing new and larger sources of funding, and supportive policies. It represents the land trust community and provides leadership on important initiatives in public policy advocacy, policy implementation decisions, and outreach to public and private stakeholders. Visit us online at www.oregonlandtrusts.org.

District, council and land trust employees and board members, as well as partner agencies and organizations are encouraged to attend. Registration can be completed here:

Regional Conversations – Event Registration

Regional Conversations – Save the Date

Please take the time to look at the agenda, and to set aside some time to attend in your area.

Southern and Eastern Regional Meeting Agenda

Willamette and North Coast Regional Meeting Agenda

Aug
13
Wed
A Regional Conversation: Councils, Districts, & Land Trusts – Astoria, OR @ Shively Hall
Aug 13 @ 12:30 pm – 6:30 pm

NOWC-OACD-COLT

The Network of Oregon Watershed Councils is dedicated to supporting the work of watershed councils throughout the state by increasing council capacity, improving key relationships, and promoting public awareness of watersheds and watershed councils. Visit us online at www.oregonwatersheds.org.

The Oregon Association of Conservation Districts represents, supports, and strengthens Oregon’s 45 member conservation districts through member services, program development, training, leadership development, public education, and government relations. Visit us online at www.oacd.org.

The Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts focuses on improving and advancing land conservation in the state through increased land trust capacity and coverage, engagement of stakeholders, defending and developing new and larger sources of funding, and supportive policies. It represents the land trust community and provides leadership on important initiatives in public policy advocacy, policy implementation decisions, and outreach to public and private stakeholders. Visit us online at www.oregonlandtrusts.org.

District, council and land trust employees and board members, as well as partner agencies and organizations are encouraged to attend. Registration can be completed here:

Regional Conversations – Event Registration

Regional Conversations – Save the Date

Please take the time to look at the agenda, and to set aside some time to attend in your area.

Southern and Eastern Regional Meeting Agenda

Willamette and North Coast Regional Meeting Agenda

Nov
12
Wed
2014 Gathering for Conservation @ Eagle Crest Resort
Nov 12 – Nov 14 all-day

Registration for the 2014 Gathering of Councils & Districts this November 12-14 at Eagle Crest Resort is now open.

All are welcome! Please extend this invitation to employees, board members, volunteers, and partners. Registration is available online at http://nowc-oacd.eventbrite.com through October 29. Full registration is $265, or $120 for a single day.

Visit the Conference Webpage for more information.

Apr
22
Wed
OCEAN Annual Meeting – April 2015 @ The Resort at Welches
Apr 22 @ 4:15 pm – 5:30 pm

OCEAN Annual Meetings are held during the CONNECT Conference in the spring. A recap of the prior year’s accomplishments and goals for the future will be presented. Board and officer elections will follow the proposal of a By-laws amendment that will be presented for vote by the membership.

OCEAN 2015 Annual Meeting Agenda

Jul
7
Tue
CANCELLED – Regional Conversations: Local Priorities, Statewide Opportunities – Pendleton, OR @ Blue Mountain Community College
Jul 7 @ 10:30 am – 3:00 pm
Oregon Conservation Partnership

 

Six Regional Meetings this July & August – Organized by OACD, the Network, OCEAN, and COLT

Regional Conversations: Local Priorities, Statewide Opportunities

Join the Oregon Conservation Partnership for regional conversations around opportunities and challenges to putting conservation on the ground. Morning discussion (beginning at 10:30) will vary by location, focusing on issues of local and regional importance. Afternoon discussion is an opportunity to learn more about agency programs and priorities (wrapping up by 3:00). Meet with OWEB, ODA, and NRCS to learn more about how agency programs align and consider how local priorities fit with regional and statewide initiatives. More detailed agendas for each location will be released soon – details available at http://oregonwatersheds.org/programs/regional.

Agenda in Brief

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Open Discussion of Local & Regional Topics
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Catered Lunch & Brief Agency Updates
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM: Agency Conversation: Local Priorities & Statewide Opportunities
2:30 PM – 3:00 PM: Agency Q&A: Opportunity for One-on-One with Agencies

Who Should Attend?

Council, district, and land trust employees and board members, as well as partner agencies and organizations, are encouraged to attend these half-day conversations. The more broadly these groups are represented, the richer the discussion!

Registration

Registration cost is $20, which includes refreshments and the catered lunch. Please register at least 3 business days in advance of the meeting you plan to attend. Access additional information and register online at:

orcp.eventbrite.com

Oregon Conservation Partnership