You are here: Home / Events & News / Calendar / Durable Collaborations: Securing Financial and Human Resources for Enduring Conservation

Durable Collaborations: Securing Financial and Human Resources for Enduring Conservation

Webinar

Date: April 10, 2013
Time: 2:00 pm -3:30 pm ET
Instructors: Dale Bonar, Jim Morris
Level: Beginner / Intermediate
Cost: $55 before 4/9, then cost will increase to $65

REGISTER ONLINE >>

When a land trust accepts an easement or fee land, it promises to care for it forever. Securing the necessary financial and human resources to run a professional, sustainable conservation operation is becoming increasingly difficult.  So, how can we keep the best of local conservation while ensuring conservation quality and permanence? Through  collaboration.  Collaborations occur along a continuum, from informal networking and project-sharing to structural integration with shared staff or even merger. Durable collaborations are robust, mutually beneficial and long-lived approaches that enable groups to leverage their combined efforts for greater impact. This webinar will cover the essentials of successful collaborations and what you need to know before entering into any agreement.

Participants will learn:

  • The range of collaborative opportunities
  • The risks and benefits of collaborating
  • Strategies for determining whether collaboration is right for your land trust
  • Steps necessary to ensure successful outcomes for all parties
Document Actions
Bookmark and Share
Filed under: , , ,

1660 L St. NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20036 info@lta.org ©Copyright 2014 Land Trust Alliance

Privacy Policy | Photo Credits | Site Map | Contact Us