2020 Fall Partnership Meeting (virtual)

The Fall (virtual) Meeting brings together the entire partner base and
other interested individuals to learn, network, and celebrate.

About the Event

Twice annually (Spring and Fall), the Partnership holds a Partnership-wide meeting for all partners and any interested individuals or organizations to come together and build relationships and collaborations around the promotion and preservation of our region’s landscape resources.

To ensure your and health, we are meeting virtually via Zoom. This event is FREE and details about how to sign-on will be emailed to you a few days before the webinar.

These meetings are a chance to:
• Connect or reconnect with the Partnership, learning more about initiatives and on-going projects
• Build and strengthen our network of people and organizations working throughout the region
• Spark conversation and collaboration across political and sectorial boundaries
• Engage partners in on-going work throughout the region
• Involve partners in defining the direction of the Partnership

We hope you will be able to join us!


Event Details

Date:

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

Time:

9:00 am to 11:00 am EDT

Location:

ONLINE VIA ZOOM 

Cost:

 FREE

Registration Deadline:

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 or
until 100 registrant cap has been reached

Log-on information will be emailed to all registered guests approximately 3-5 days prior to the event.


Agenda

9:00 am

 WELCOME AND UPDATES 

9:10 am

 VIRTUAL DISCUSSION  

While we cannot gather in person, this facilitated discussion will connect you to others who are doing similar work across the landscape and help our Program Subcommittee to better understand and serve our core audiences in the future.

9:45 am

 TELLING YOUR STORY: COMMUNICATIONS AND MESSAGING 

Learn best practices for engaging the public and leaders in support for conservation and preservation.

10:00 am

 SECURING RESOURCES FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION DURING COVID-19

Funds at many levels of government are scarce and, as the Pennsylvania state budget is developed this fall, resources on which our conservation and preservation organizations depend are potentially at risk. PennFuture will present best practices for securing the resources needed to stay on track for reaching our region’s conservation and preservation goals. A brief summary of The Green Stimulus and Recovery guide will also be presented, a roadmap that leaders in all levels of government can use to implement a green stimulus recovery plan for Pennsylvania. Includes Q&A. Tentative: PALTA Executive Director Andrew Loza will be available for Q&A portion.

10:50 am

 CLOSING

11:00 am

 END

 


Registration for this event is now closed.

Be sure to join the ‘Around South Mountain’ e-Newsletter mailing list. The next edition will include follow-up about this meeting and invitations to future events.

Sign up on the bottom of our home page at https://southmountainpartnership.org/