Creative Communications and Education: COVID Success Stories

Thursday, September 16, 2021

Workshop Recording

Kids in a field with purple flowers

Working in land conservation through a global pandemic has its challenges! It has also changed some of our work for the better. Over this last year and half New Hampshire’s land trust community has provided new, creative, and innovative educational programming and communications.  Using new media, reaching new audiences, connecting people to conserved lands – these are just a few of the outcomes of this exciting work. Attend our online workshop to hear some inspiring examples of work shaped by the pandemic, but that will likely stick around well into the future.  There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion. Registration required.


Alison Marchione, Upper Valley Land Trust
Gal Potashnik, Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust
Rue Teel, Bear Paw Regional Greenways
Ryan Owens, Monadnock Conservancy
Susie Spikol, Harris Center for Conservation Education


9:00-9:15am       Welcome and Introductions
9:15-10:30am     Panelists (3)
10:30-10:45am   Break
10:45-11:30am   Panelists (2)
11:30am-12pm   Wrap-Up & Further Discussion as needed