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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

 

Jul
8
Wed
CANCELLED – Regional Conversations: Local Priorities, Statewide Opportunities – Burns, OR @ Harney County Community Center
Jul 8 @ 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

 

Jul
14
Tue
Regional Conversations: Local Priorities, Statewide Opportunities – Portland, OR @ Monarch Hotel
Jul 14 @ 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

 

Jul
22
Wed
CANCELLED – Regional Conversations: Local Priorities, Statewide Opportunities – Medford, OR @ Inn at the Commons
Jul 22 @ 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

 

Aug
6
Thu
CANCELLED – Regional Conversations: Local Priorities, Statewide Opportunities – Corvallis, OR @ LaSells Stewart Center
Aug 6 @ 10:30 am – 3:00 pm

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

 

Aug
25
Tue
CANCELLED – Regional Conversations: Local Priorities, Statewide Opportunities – Tillamook, OR @ Tillamook Bay Community College
Aug 25 @ 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

 

May
2
Tue
CONNECT 2017 @ Pendleton Convention Center
May 2 – May 4 all-day
CONNECT 2017 @ Pendleton Convention Center | Pendleton | Oregon | United States

CONNECT is an annual training developed by and for conservation professionals, board members, and stakeholders throughout Oregon. Held in the spring since 2009, CONNECT provides training focused on policy level, technical, and administrative aspects of conservation implementation across Oregon.

While CONNECT traditionally focuses on technical staff with local conservation implementers, CONNECT 2017 will be open to all. Relevant and timely educational sessions will be developed for rural and urban conservation implementation, managerial and administrative function, conservation policy and board level organizational administration, and for education and outreach activities.

Registration information will be released in January 2017.

Apr
17
Tue
CONNECT 2018 @ Seaside Civic and Convention Center
Apr 17 – Apr 19 all-day
CONNECT 2018 @ Seaside Civic and Convention Center | Seaside | Oregon | United States

CONNECT is an annual training developed by and for conservation professionals, board members, and stakeholders dedicated to community driven conservation throughout Oregon. Held in the spring since 2009, CONNECT provides training focused on the technical, regulatory, policy, leadership and administrative aspects of conservation implementation across Oregon.

CONNECT 2018 will be open to all. Relevant and timely educational sessions will be developed for rural and urban conservation implementation, managerial and administrative function, conservation policy and board level organizational administration, and for education and outreach activities.

Registration information will be released in early 2018.