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.
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
Simple Conservation Actions
This special webinar mini-series shows how individuals can help parks and nature conservation by taking simple conservation actions.
See how the NPS and other agencies are engaging in Environmental Justice work to better serve our communities.
We work with Tribes and other partners to help conserve cultural resources.
Trails and Rivers
There are many opportunities for Connected Conservation along trails and rivers.
Fragmented habitat is a huge challenge in landscape-scale conservation. Learn about some new tools for wildlife connectivity.
Working with partners is the only way connected conservation works.
Landscape Scale Initiatives
Some conservation projects cover large expanses of land, sea, and sky.
Many National Park Service programs are uniquely positioned to support connected conservation.
It takes cooperation and collaboration to successfully conserve night skies.
Seascape Scale Initiatives
The National Park Service works with partners to conserve ocean and coastal resources.
This collection of webinars explores opportunities for parks to engage with their gateway communities in landscape-scale conservation.
All C2 Webinars
Last updated: April 10, 2023