Linda Green, URI’s Watershed Watch Program Director sends this announcement about new additions to their on-line resources.
I am pleased to announce we have recently posted three new fact sheet learning modules related to volunteer monitoring (yet applicable to many fields beyond volunteer monitoring as well) to our Extension Volunteer Monitoring Network website (http://www.usawaterquality.org/volunteer/). These modules are as follows:
• “From the Trenches – Tips and Tools for Better Presentations” (http://www.usawaterquality.org/volunteer/pdf/GuideBook/PresentationsX1.pdf)
• “Tools for Effective Outreach” (http://www.usawaterquality.org/volunteer/pdf/GuideBook/OutreachXII1.pdf)
• “Fundraising for Volunteer Monitoring” (http://www.usawaterquality.org/volunteer/pdf/GuideBook/FundraisingXI2.pdf)
As with all of our Guide for Growing Volunteer Monitoring Program learning modules, these fact sheets are intended not to reinvent the wheel but to be a clearinghouse for accessing useful information about these topics from sources across the nation (and beyond). Each module includes multiple links to valuable resources that can help you with developing, managing and growing a program.
Source: Linda Green
URI Watershed Watch Program Director
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