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Sharing Experiences Workshop

Feb 22nd
8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Puslinch Community Centre
23 Brock Road South, Puslinch
ON, N0B 2J0

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$15 for Adults. $5 for Youth (16-28).

Sharing Experiences is a biennial one day capacity-building workshop for individuals and community groups interested in creating positive environmental change. The goal of the workshop is to link like-minded people and groups to facilitate the sharing of stories and information so that participants can build skills, network and share ideas about environmental projects in their respective communities. The workshop includes presentations, panel discussions and small breakout sessions delivered and facilitated by knowledgeable and experienced members of the environmental community.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEVIN HAMILTON

Join keynote Kevin Hamilton, Vice President Communications The Student Conservation Association, the oldest and largest conservation services organization in the United States. Its members, young adults aged 15-25 protect and restore public lands from Alaska’s North Slope to the Florida Keys.

Co-Powering The Next Generation of Conservation Leaders
Discover how forging hands-on connections between young people and the great outdoors not only ensures that a new generation will value, experience and preserve our natural world - see how early stewardship also sparks a constellation of individual skills that lead to lifelong leadership and advancement.

Kevin’s communications strategies with SCA have earned accolades and delivered results alongside the efforts of thousands of young people in helping the Gulf Coast recover from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the New York City metro area rebound from Hurricane Sandy, and numerous national parks and forests rally in the aftermath of ever more destructive wild land fires.

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2020-02-22 08:30:00 2020-02-22 16:00:00 America/Toronto Sharing Experiences Workshop Sharing Experiences is a biennial one day capacity-building workshop for individuals and community groups interested in creating positive environmental change. The goal of the workshop is to link like-minded people and groups to facilitate the sharing of stories and information so that participants can build skills, network and share ideas about environmental projects in their respective communities. The workshop includes presentations, panel discussions and small breakout sessions delivered and facilitated by knowledgeable and experienced members of the environmental community. KEYNOTE SPEAKER KEVIN HAMILTON Join keynote Kevin Hamilton, Vice President Communications The Student Conservation Association, the oldest and largest conservation services organization in the United States. Its members, young adults aged 15-25 protect and restore public lands from Alaska’s North Slope to the Florida Keys. Co-Powering The Next Generation of Conservation LeadersDiscover how forging hands-on connections between young people and the great outdoors not only ensures that a new generation will value, experience and preserve our natural world - see how early stewardship also sparks a constellation of individual skills that lead to lifelong leadership and advancement.Kevin’s communications strategies with SCA have earned accolades and delivered results alongside the efforts of thousands of young people in helping the Gulf Coast recover from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the New York City metro area rebound from Hurricane Sandy, and numerous national parks and forests rally in the aftermath of ever more destructive wild land fires. Click here for the program schedule   Puslinch Community Centre23 Brock Road South, PuslinchON, N0B 2J0 Register