Often missing or under-emphasized in collegiate natural resource curriculums is how to be an active advocate for conservation, particularly with regards to communicating science, research, and the importance of conservation to the general public. How can we better bridge these gaps that exist for the future of the environment, wildlife, and our public lands? Join a panel of agencies and non-profits as they showcase successful frameworks related to relationship building, communication, and advocacy. Then engage in conversation around ways you can implement these in your current and future work to build your resume but also to be a better advocate for conservation.
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