“Plants and Pollinators: Conserving all of the interdependent parts” February 13-17th, 2023 Delta Hotels Helena Colonial, Helena, MT As Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) continues to gain traction in Congress, state and tribal fish and wildlife agencies across the nation are having conversations about jurisdictional roles for conserving plants and insects. Whose responsibility is it? ... Read more
Hunter VanDonsel, Pheasants Forever and Heather Brower, NRCS. Learn about the EQIP Targeted Implementation Plans and how to partner with NRCS. You’ll also learn how partners have helped with NRCS’s Montana Focused Conservation and how we can build better habitat together in the future. Breakfast refreshments are included in the cost of this workshop.
Sarah Sells, Assistant Unit Leader, USGS Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit and University of Montana and Justin Gude, Research and Technical Services Bureau Chief, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. This workshop will introduce participants to the field of Structured Decision Making (SDM). SDM is a formal process for making decisions and is used widely in the ... Read more
Adam Jespersen, Montana Nonprofit Association. Participants will learn about current and future demographic trends in the workplace, generational differences in work styles and approaches, and organizational strategies to build strong intergenerational teams.
Amy Seaman, Montana Audubon. The Montana State Legislature will be in session in 2023. With this workshop participants will learn the basics of the legislative process (i.e. how a bill becomes a law, etc.) and what bills are currently being proposed that may impact wildlife conservation in MT.