DLCC Webinar: An Online Portal for Conservation and Adaptation Strategies and Case Studies

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Bureau of Reclamation U.S. Forest Service
February 21st, 2018
Online
Join the DLCC for the launch of the Collaborative Conservation and Adaptation Strategy Toolbox (CCAST), an online portal for access to case studies contributed by practitioners across the Mojave, Sonoran, and Chihuahuan deserts and the “Sky Islands” of the Madrean Archipelago. We will introduce this new initiative, provide an orientation to the CCAST website, and describe how you can contribute case studies to highlight your work!
 
Conservation partners in the southwestern US and northern Mexico have identified the need to create an inventory of case studies on management actions, partnership and collaboration, monitoring, and adaptive management. Sharing lessons learned through case studies can inform management practices by facilitating communication and learning in the conservation community.
 
Webinar Access:
We utilize Vidyo for our webinar presentations. You must download and install the Vidyo application before the webinar. You do not need to create an account, and guest access is free.

*Depending on the organization you work for, it is possible that you will need administrator privileges for installation. Please contact Matt Grabau (matthew_grabau@fws.gov) if you have questions!

Click the Virtual Room link below to join the Webinar. If you do not have Vidyo on your computer you will be prompted to download and install it.  After installation, close the login window, then click the link again.

Virtual Room link: https://fwsvideo.fws.gov/flex.html?roomdirect.html&key=hwhEa1ISIU 

Room number: 43629001

For support, please contact ifw-vidyosupport@fws.gov, or call 703-358-2450.

Note: Vidyo can be used to record presentation materials, audio, and video viewed during this conference. By participating in this meeting, you agree that your communications may be recorded.

 

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