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Our monthly webinar series highlights specific tools that a park, NPS program, or an external partner might use to further landscape-scale conservation. They're usually about an hour. This gives us enough time for participants to gain a general understanding of the tool, how to use it, and who to contact for more information. These are open to all of our partners and the public.

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Current webinar series: Simple Conservation Actions

The twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss require both collective and individual actions - the concept of “think globally, act locally” is more important than ever. Join this special NPS Connected Conservation (C2) webinar mini-series to learn how individuals can help parks and nature conservation by living more sustainably, volunteering, recreating responsibly, and motivating one another to take conservation actions.

Next Webinar: TBD

Past Webinar Recordings by Topic

  • two children in safety vests pull weeds
    Simple Conservation Actions

    This special webinar mini-series shows how individuals can help parks and nature conservation by taking simple conservation actions.

  • three people work on planting on a cliffside with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background
    Environmental Justice

    See how the NPS and other agencies are engaging in Environmental Justice work to better serve our communities.

  • grassy field with fence in the foreground
    Cultural Resources

    We work with Tribes and other partners to help conserve cultural resources.

  • trail in woody area with steps
    Trails and Rivers

    There are many opportunities for Connected Conservation along trails and rivers.

  • a caribou stands middle of the road
    Wildlife Connectivity

    Fragmented habitat is a huge challenge in landscape-scale conservation. Learn about some new tools for wildlife connectivity.

  • seven people hold up a banner in front of nature center

    Working with partners is the only way connected conservation works.

  • trees in front of sand dunes in front of mountains
    Landscape Scale Initiatives

    Some conservation projects cover large expanses of land, sea, and sky.

  • man leans against tree in a swamp
    NPS Programs

    Many National Park Service programs are uniquely positioned to support connected conservation.

  • the milky way over a desert landscape
    Dark Skies

    It takes cooperation and collaboration to successfully conserve night skies.

  • ocean waves breaking on the beach
    Seascape Scale Initiatives

    The National Park Service works with partners to conserve ocean and coastal resources.

  • four men stand next to red pickup truck and white suv
    Gateway Communities

    This collection of webinars explores opportunities for parks to engage with their gateway communities in landscape-scale conservation.

All C2 Webinars

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    Last updated: April 10, 2023


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