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Preparing for Organizational Perpetuity: Board Governance, Fundraising and Leadership


Join Us For A One-Day
Standards and Practices Curriculum Training

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Bloomington, Indiana

ILPA09

A good board is the cornerstone of a successful land trust.  How do you know if your board measures up?

This one day training for land trusts and other conservation professionals covers the key aspects necessary to build strong organizational leadership on the board level, as well as insights as to how to enhance fundraising in a recession. 

Example topics include the link between a strong board and conservation success; the ethical and fiduciary responsibilities of the board; and the roles and responsibilities of individual board members and committees. Join our trainer, Judy Anderson of Community Consultants, to gain information that you can immediately use to strengthen the effectiveness of your board operations and position your organization for long-term success.You will receive practical advice on how to ensure that everyone is part of the fundraising effort and how to build your organizational membership program.

This training is co-sponsored by the Indiana Land Protection Alliance (ILPA) as part of their quarterly state meeting of Indiana land trusts.  ILPA has graciously agreed to open up the training portion of their state meeting to land trusts and other conservation organizations in neighboring states.

 There are no pre-requisites for this training, and it is intended for all levels.  Land trust board members, as well as other volunteers and staff who are involved in helping build and support the board of directors, will all benefit from this training.


Registration has closed. We will be accepting walk-ins.

 

To download the meeting agenda, click here >>

 

ILPA Meeting Information

Are you a member of an Indiana land trust or conservation organization?  If so, make sure to join us for the ILPA meeting preceding the training at the training location from 9:00am – 10:00am.

Reception Information

There will be an off-site reception immediately following the training.  The reception will be at Sycamore Land Trust’s offices, a short walk or drive from the training site; directions will be handed out at the training.  The reception is free but requires pre-registration. 

Details

The training is being held from 10:15am to 4:15pm at:
Chapman’s Banquet Center
4506 East 3rd Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47401
812-337-9999

Because of generous support from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, this joint Land Trust Alliance and Indiana Land Protection Alliance training is being offered for $25 per person for Land Trust Alliance and ILPA members, or $35 per person for nonmembers. Please take advantage of this price reduction, as this inaugural joint training costs significantly less than similar Land Trust Alliance Standards and Practices curriculum trainings.

Each participant will receive a copy of the Land Trust Alliance's Land Trust Boards: Preparing for Perpetuity curriculum workbook to take home and use as a reference and a model for implementing important aspects of the topics that will be covered in this training.

Registration & Questions:

For IPLA meeting questions, please contact Hugh Brown at 765-285-5788 or  hbrown@bsu.edu.

For training content questions, please contact Erin Heskett at 269-324-1683 or  eheskett@lta.org.

For registration questions, please contact Matt Castelhano at 202-638-4725, xt 345 or mcastelhano@lta.org.

 Registration closes on Thursday, April 30, 2009.

 




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