In a typical year, we offer in-person educational programming, workshops, lectures, and symposiums to bring together the environmental community and share knowledge. This year, our offerings will likely look a little different. We’re excited to reach a wider variety of people and provide more accessible content through virtual formats. We can’t do this without your help, though. If you’re able, please donate to NRCC to help us continue developing programming.
From July 16-September 24, we’ll be hosting a free online webinar where we’ll hear from NRCC Experts-in-Residence and Research Associates on efforts to meet the environmental and social challenges we’re facing. Click the link above to join (or to watch recordings of previous sessions!)
Conservation leaders from across the GYE gathered for this bi-annual event, designed to help researchers share data, make new connections, and improve outcomes. Read more about the 2017 Jackson Hole Wildlife Symposium here.
Celebrate your heroes! Honoring the legacy of the Craighead brothers, Frank and John, this award is given to an individual who has truly made a difference in conservation through a career of service and leadership.
Need an a little inspiration? Look no further than Meg and Bert Raynes, pioneers of citizen conservation and the namesakes of this important award, which celebrates local heroes who make conservation a daily practice.
Interested in expanding your skills? Join us for one of our professional development workshops, aimed at helping conservation leaders share tools, techniques, and lessons.