CLM2125 - Habitat Management Planning

Course CodeCLM2125
Course TitleHabitat Management Planning
Description
Disregard 'Number of Open Seats' information. All students enrolling in this class will be placed on the wait list and notified of their enrollment status 10 weeks prior to the course start date.

This course provides an overview of the habitat managment planning process. It offers guidance for preparing an HMP in 3 short modules. The modules are all syncronous 'web-based' sessions which will require participants to be at a computer station and have access to a telephone. The modules include sessions on background information ecological integrity resources of concern habitat goals and objectives habitat management strategies monitoring and annual habitat work plans.
Objectives:
The HMP course student will be able to:
1. Describe the purpose and components of the HMP.
2. Recognize and apply suggested methods to identify resources of concern.
3. Develop measurable habitat based goals and objectives.
4. List and explain various HMP strategies.
5. Identify and describe the What Why and How of Monitoring for Adaptive Management.
6. Review and develop the Annual Habitat Work Plan.
Target Audience:
Refuge managers biologists and other personnel involved in writing Habitat Management Plans on a National Wildlife Refuge. This training is tailored to U.S. Fish & Wildlife personnel but may be informative and useful to others.
Delivery MethodInstructor Led
Instructional Hours12
Credits/CEUs0.0
Non-FWS Fee$200.00
Course Content ContactJILL DELVECCHIO; Phone: 304.876.7424; Email: jill_delvecchio@fws.gov;
Extracted from DOI LEARN on11/24/2014 4:00:30 AM

Schedule:  CLM2125 - Habitat Management Planning