Save the date and make plans to join the 2021 ANROSP Conference September 28-30, 2021. This year, we will explore a new theme “Climate Change Education: The Role of Outreach and Service Programs.” Join your peers from across the country as we explore how outreach and service programs are integrating climate change education into their curriculum. The 2021 conference will be hosted by the University of California’s California Naturalist Program which launched a new UC Climate Stewards certification course in 2019. Keynote speakers include Dr. Julian Reyes, National Coordinator of the USDA Climate Hubs network.
The conference will take place over 3 days (Sept 28-30) from 10 AM-2 PM Pacific Daylight Time with short breaks built into the agenda. All sessions will be conducted “live” online using Zoom video conferencing. All participants will need a computer with reliable internet connection and video/audio capacity. Member attendees are encouraged to participate in all sessions if possible. Your Zoom link and other pertinent information will be e-mailed the week prior to the conference. Please register by September 16, 2021. For questions about volunteering to help with a session, sponsoring the conference, or logistics, please contact conference chair Greg Ira: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full conference details, including the agenda and a call for award nominations, volunteers, and program videos, please see the conference website.
ANROSP promotes awareness and citizen stewardship of natural resources through science-based education and service programs.
ANROSP envisions healthy ecosystems and communities through citizens who learn, teach and practice natural resource stewardship.
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