When: 1 – 4 PM on Wednesday, October 25th, 2023
Where: Teton County Library Auditorium
Led by: Susan Clark, Richard Wallace, and Ignacio Jiménez
This practical and interactive workshop focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to address conservation problems in Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. We will share innovative practices and foster network-building to move from local to ecosystem-wide coexistence strategy. The workshop will focus on improving professional effectiveness.
The GYE is facing many pressures, all of which contain content – including ecological and human factors – as well as process – including values and decision processes. We will explore cases where both content and process have been effectively improved.
The resources, human capacity, and public motivation are all here in the GYE if we choose to activate them to move us closer to sustainable human-nature relations.
Who should attend:
- Non-profit organization representatives
- Government and elected officials
- Eco-tourism sector professionals
- Community leaders
- Researchers and academics
- Students and emerging leaders in conservation
- Engaged citizens