Upcoming Open Standards Workshops in North America: USA – March and April 2019

National Military Fish and Wildlife Association
March 9, 2019
Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.

On March 9, 2019, NaturePlan’s Quinn Shurtliff and Andrew Bridges will hold a one-day introductory Open Standards workshop at the upcoming National Military Fish and Wildlife Association Meeting in Denver, Colorado. Workshop participation is limited to United States Department of Defense (DoD) biologists and natural resource managers. The workshop will focus on conservation planning on DoD lands and how to incorporate formal planning and adaptive management techniques into Integrated Natural Resource Management Plans, which are required at all United States military installations having substantial natural resources.

Maine Land Conservation Conference
April 3–4, 2019
Brunswick, Maine, U.S.A.

On April 34, 2019, NaturePlan will host a two-day introductory Open Standards workshop in Brunswick, Maine. The workshop will occur immediately prior to the annual Maine Land Conservation Conference and will be led by Drs. Quinn Shurtliff and Andrew Bridges.  Although the workshop is not directly affiliated with the conference, we hope that several of the 400-500 land trust professionals who come to town for the conference will take advantage of the opportunity to learn about the Open Standards. This workshop is open to anyone interested in improving their skills as a conservation planner and project manager, not just land trust professionals! For more information and to register, please visit our web site.