Virtual Workshops

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June 1, 2022 2pm

A webinar with Dr. Sandra Johnson of Johnson Consulting

About this event

This workshop is for informal and formal educators. More than ever students need to be going outside to learn. COVID has kept them inside for so long. Teachers need to learn more about the environment and how to use the outdoors for learning. Informal providers need ways to engage students and provide activities to teachers for pre and post field trip or...

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July 13, 2022 2pm

Join Kristen Berkeley, Founder of Amplify Outdoors, for a special webinar on inclusive and diverse marketing practices. Using the power of language and imagery, attending this workshop will empower you to create inclusive marketing campaigns that increase outreach to the BIPOC community.

Amplify Outdoors is a Canadian based non-profit organization that was established to elevate and encourage diversity in outdoor spaces. Recognizing a...

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August 3, 2022 2pm

For most of us, dilemmas are a part of our everyday professional experience. They can be long-term or short-term, easy, or hard, clear or unclear, stressful or manageable, and big (involves the whole org.) or small (just a few people). Sometimes the answer to a work dilemma might be as easy as creating a new system or process, but other times it may be something a bit stickier and maybe less clear.

In this webinar, participants will...

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September 7, 2022 2pm

A webinar with Cheryl Potemkin of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden and Botanical Research Institute of Texas.

StoryWalks are designed to engage guests in literacy learning, physical activity, and a connection to nature. First developed by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, we will take a look at different options to install and display your own StoryWalk. This in-depth look will discuss working within...


October 12, 2022 2pm

A webinar with Fiona Wyrtzen, Youth Forest Council Intern Alum for the City of Austin

Accessing nature can be a struggle for those with different abilities, and one of the best ways to make nature accessible is to look at each person’s individual needs. Using the film DisabiliTree: A Film on Disability and Trees, we will look at how some individuals with disabilities navigate disability and accessibility in nature....

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November 9, 2022 2pm

A Webinar with Jaime Gonzalez with The Nature Conservancy

The benefits that nature provides is oftentimes put into tidy boxes. Yet, when we restore or recreate nature where it has been lost, we energize places and spaces to do many, many things simultaneously - such as bolster climate readiness, engage in placemaking and Indigenous presence, uplift human and biodiversity health, activate artistic avenues, etc.. Join The Nature...


Virtual Meet-Ups

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August 18, 2022 5pm

Partners from across the state gather virtually to learn from each other.


Interested in Presenting?

Are you interested in presenting at one of our webinars and workshops? We are always looking for innovative programs and resources to share with our partners. To propose a session fill out our interest form.