NRCC is proud to offer world-class professional development workshops for conservationists, researchers, and policy scientists seeking to expand their skills and knowledge.

All workshops require pre-registration. Please contact NRCC’s main office for more information at or 307.733.6856

February 2018

Communicating About Science: A Hands-on Workshop with Christine Paige

Think about how many community debates are centered on science. Elk management, roadkill, bear conflicts, habitat preservation; the list goes on. Communicating the latest research on these topics in a clear, compelling way is challenging but essential.

If you are interested in improving your science communication skills, please join us in February for a two-night workshop with NRCC Research Associate Christine Paige. We will focus on science as story, and have fun with some hands-on exercises. Chris is a wildlife biologist with more than 25 years’ experience translating research into practical guides for managers and articles for the public.

Workshop Details
  • DatesMon/Feb 5 (part 1) and Wed/Feb 7 (part 2)
  • Time5:30-8:00p.m.
  • LocationCommunity Foundation of JH meeting room
  • Cost$20

For more information or to register, email

January 2017

screen-shot-2016-12-05-at-12-36-01-pmElephants In The Room

A no-holds-barred discussion regarding Greater Yellowstone’s real conservation issues. Led by Todd Wilkinson and Dr. Susan Clark.

Past NRCC workshop topics available to view here.