Regional Training on Conservation Planning and Opportunities through Ecological Stewardship

Billings, Montana
Thursday, June 01, 2017
About the Training

First Nations Development Institute is hosting a day and a half meeting for tribal leaders, Native American nonprofits and key stakeholders engaged in tribal conservation and natural resource development in Native American communities. This convening will:
  • Showcase best practices for asset-mapping tribal natural resources
  • Present models that demonstrate the link between sustainable ecological stewardship and tribal economic development
  • Share strategies for identifying and capitalizing on natural resources as a pathway for tribal economic development
  • Provide regional networking opportunities with other regional tribes engaged in economic development opportunities through natural resources
  • Engage participants in identifying challenges and solutions that hinder opportunities through ecological stewardship
Strategic conservation and stewardship planning is becoming a top-tier priority for land managers across the United States and tribal entities are no different. This meeting will bring interested parties from the Great Plains together to learn about stewardship techniques, assessment tools and facilitate a conversation on strengths, opportunities and challenges the region faces in formalizing stewardship plans. Join us to learn about tribal best practices in the region and start thinking about creating a sustainable plan for stewardship today! 

Scholarships

There are a limited number of travel scholarships available. For more information or to apply for a scholarship, contact Bridget Guiza at First Nations Development Institute at (303) 774-7836 x210, or by email at bguiza@firstnations.org.


Registration Limit

Due to space, this event is limited to 40 participants.

 

Contact Information

  • For more information or any questions regarding this training, contact Bridget Guiza at First Nations Development Institute at (303) 774-7836 x210, or by email at bguiza@firstnations.org.


Payment Instructions

  • There is no cost to attend this event, but attendees are responsible for their own travel, lodging, and meals.

First Nations Development Institute 
2432 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Longmont, CO 80501
www.firstnations.org

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