Webinar: how CCE used education and partnerships to protect water quality
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Webinar: how CCE used education and partnerships to protect water quality

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WEBINAR: “Inspiring Action: Landscaping for Water Quality in the Finger Lakes"

  • Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM

This webinar is part of the 2019 Annual Cornell Cooperative Extension's State-wide Systems Conference, Seeds of Change. This webinar is open to the public. You do not need to be a CCE employee or staff member to participate.

https://stafflearning.cce.cornell.edu/local/static...

Registration begins February 15th**. Must register through CCE systems conference site** Link will be posted here as well. Thank you.

During this webinar, CCE Onondaga educator Shannon Fabiani shares tips and lessons on developing and coordinating a pilot program to expand the reach, impact, and effectiveness of water quality education and stewardship in local watershed communities. This case study covers CCE Onondaga’s ‘Landscaping for Water Quality’ programming including planting events, volunteer recruitment, and continual outreach for watershed protection in the Finger Lakes using an interpretive and empowering approach to education.

Speaker will cover how this Extension augmented their programming by identifying, strengthening, and capitalizing on partnerships that expand capacity and efficiency of available resources in an equitable manner. 

Fee

Free

Contact

Shannon Fabiani
Water & Ecology Specialist
slf226@cornell.edu
315-424-9485 x232