Conservation Essentials: Vital skills for implementing and managing conservation projects

Description: This is an excellent, dynamic set of materials designed to impart key marketable skills associated with Step 3 Implement of the Conservation Standards. It includes 7 narrated modules tailored to key steps and skills and associated “Stories from the Field” that share real-world experiences from Conservation Standards practitioners.

The materials shared available here are part of an overall online curriculum hosted by the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Nelson Institute (link to the course forthcoming).

Full citation: FOS, UW-Madison, Cybulla, F., and Suval, M. 2020. Conservation Essentials: Vital skills for implementing and managing conservation projects. Video materials from UW course.

Content Contributors (listed alphabetically):
Ashleigh Baker (FOS)
Felix Cybulla (Independent)
Karl Didier (Independent)
Arlyne Johnson (FOS)
Caroline Stem (FOS)
Marika Suval (Independent)
Armando Valdés-Velásquez (FOS)

Course Hosting & Coordination:
Nathan Schulfer (Nelson Institute, University of Wisconsin)
Colleen Valdez (Instructional Design, University of Wisconsin)

Financial support: Conservation Measures Partnership.

 

 

One Response to “Conservation Essentials: Vital skills for implementing and managing conservation projects”

  1. Richard Olwa

    Needed this resource to improve on my skills to better manage biodiversity conservation projects

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