Rising Tides: Riding the Waves of Change
An evolving world demands innovations in how we interpret these changes now and into the future. As society responds to rising tides against the shoreline, we must elevate our skills and techniques to meet changing demographics, technology, and environmental concerns to ensure future generations are inspired to protect their inherited natural and cultural resources.
The 2013 National Association for Interpretation (NAI) Region 9 Spring Workshop will feature in-depth discussions and training on revolutionary interpretive techniques as well as how to navigate the challenges of maintaining relevancy in a shifting society. We invite front-line interpreters, managers, planners, trainers, and environmental educators from throughout Region 9 (northern California, northern Nevada, and the Pacific Islands) to share their methods and priorities for riding the waves of change in the social and environmental climate of today… and tomorrow.
For more information on the workshop, including lodging, transportation, field trips, and more, please visit the NAI Region 9 workshop page at http://www.nairegions.org/9/Workshop.html.
We invite all individuals interested in leading a workshop session to submit a Call for Papers form by February 11, 2013. This form can be retrieved from the regional website listed above or by contacting Sharol Nelson-Embry, Workshop Planning Committee member, at email@example.com.
For those interested in potential partnership opportunities, including sponsorships, exhibitorships, and in kind support, please contact Allison Meador, NAI Region 9 Secretary and Workshop Planning Committee member, at firstname.lastname@example.org.