Branching Out: A CFCN Peer-Learning Series
The purpose of Branching Out is to provide a space for meaningful, relevant discussion amongst Forest Collaboratives Network participants. Each monthly, virtual session will feature bite-sized stories of successes and failures from forest collaborative coordinators and partners, leaving you with the most relevant details and key takeaways, then offering ample time for small group networking, storytelling, and idea-workshopping. We invite you to come to the sessions that you think will provide the most benefit to you and your collaborative.
Our first session will focus on Collaboratives as a Platform for Community Conversations with speaker Danny Margoles, Coordinator of the Dolores Watershed Resilient Forest Collaborative. Danny will kick us off with a story of his own experiences finding success with community conversations before diving into group reflection and discussion about successes, failures, and next steps for collaboratives who find themselves at the center of difficult community conversations.
Register here for our first peer-learning session on April 20 1:30-3pm M.T. We can’t wait to see you there!