NANFA-- Fw: Training Opportunity on Endangered Species

Mark B (mbinkley_at_earthling.net)
Thu, 13 Jan 2000 10:41:50 -0500

This is off the AFS list. Members of non-profit orgs are mentioned as
appropriate participants. Perhaps NANFA members can participate -

Training Announcement

Conserving Endangered Species on Non-Federal Lands
(ECS3137)

Course Dates: March 6-9, 2000

Location: Austin, Texas

Course Description: This course describes public, private and nonprofit
approaches to conserving endangered species on private, Tribal, State and
other non-Federal lands. It covers the role of non-Federal lands in the
conservation of endangered species and Endangered Species Act policies and
procedures that contribute to recovery of listed and candidate species on
such lands. The course reviews available tools including safe harbor and
candidate conservation agreements, the habitat conservation planning
process, conservation easements, land exchanges, landowner incentives and
the Partners for Fish and Wildlife program. Case studies and class
discussions on the use of different approaches will be an integral part of
this course. College Credit: 2 semester hours.

Who should attend: Individuals from public, private and non-profit
organizations interested in conserving endangered species on non-Federal
lands.

Course length: 4 days, 32 hours

Objectives:
Discuss the roles of landowners, land managers, agency representatives,
and others in conserving endangered species on non-Federal lands;
Compare and contrast different approaches available for conserving
endangered species on non-Federal lands;
Identify opportunities to foster the development of relationships and
partnerships between individuals and organizations interested in conserving
endangered species on non-Federal lands.

Cost: The tuition fee for this 4-day course is $550. Tuition assistance may
be available for non-agency participants. Please call (see Questions below)
for more information.

This course is offered by: The NCTC / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and The
Conservation Fund.

How to Apply:
Complete the attached application and fax it to the National Conservation
Training Center (304) 876-7202 by January 28, 2000.

Questions:
Please contact Sonja Jahrsdoerfer, NCTC Environmental Conservation Branch,
at 304/876-7447 or
Paula Elder, NCTC Environmental Conservation Branch, at 304/876-7449.

NCTC APPLICATION

COURSE INFORMATION
COURSE NAME: Conserving Endangered Species on Non-Federal Lands
COURSE CODE: ECS3137
COURSE DATE: March 6-9, 2000
COURSE LOCATION: Austin, Texas

APPLICATION INFORMATION (BUSINESS ADDRESS/TELEPHONE PREFERRED)
NAME:
SOCIAL SECURITY #:
ORGANIZATION (I.E., FWS):
ORGANIZATION TAX ID/ALC #:
DUTY STATION:
ADDRESS:
CITY, STATE, ZIP:
BUSINESS PHONE:
FAX:
E-MAIL ADDRESS:

CURRENT EMPLOYMENT STATUS
POSITION:
GRADE LEVEL:
SUPERVISOR'S NAME:

STATUS (PLEASE MARK WITH AN "X")
FWS BLM NPS USDA-FS UNIVERSITY
TRIBAL

STATE PRIVATE OTHER PUBLIC OTHER FEDERAL

NOT-FOR-PROFIT INTERNATIONAL

SPECIAL NEEDS/REQUIREMENTS:

BILLING INFORMATION:
AGENCY NAME:
ADDRESS:
CITY, STATE, ZIP:
ATTENTION:
TELEPHONE #:

Fax completed application to Registrar, National Conservation Training
Center, (304) 876-7202

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