Monitor and Navigate: Important Skills for Outdoor Volunteers

 
Published: Feb 23, 2018

Do you want to improve your map and compass skills? Are you a volunteer responsible for monitoring easements for your town or local land trust?  Maybe you'd just like to be more comfortable navigating off-trail in the woods?

Two upcoming workshops will help volunteers hone their skills. The first, Conservation Easement Monitoring for Volunteers, will cover the basics of easement monitoring - perfect for Conservation Commissioners and land trust volunteers. We’ll spend a couple hours learning indoors before heading outside to put our new skills to work! Professionals from UNH Cooperative Extension and Southeast Land Trust will lead this workshop.

The second, Map and Compass for Volunteers, will cover the basics of navigating off trail using a map and compass - perfect for Conservation Commissioners, land trust volunteers, and anyone interested in getting more comfortable using a map and compass.

Click the links below to sign up for one or both of these free trainings.

Conservation Easement Monitoring for Volunteers
Saturday, March 17th, 9am-2pm at the UNH Cooperative Extension office in Brentwood, NH.

Sign Up

Map and Compass for Volunteers
Friday, March 23rd, 1-4:30pm at the UNH Cooperative Extension office in Brentwood, NH.

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