CLM8225 - Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation

Course CodeCLM8225
Course TitleHuman Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation
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.

In this course we will introduce you to the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation through a series of educational broadcasts, offered quarterly. The broadcasts will provide up-to-date academic theory and on-the-ground Fish and Wildlife Service examples. This introductory series in 2012 will include: Nature-based Tourism and Economic Benefits, Engaging Urban Communities through Birding, Social Aspects of Conservation Biology and Cultural Diversity of Refuge Visitors.

Objectives: Define Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation; Identify examples of the application of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation in the USFWS; Locate Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation resources for use in further research and application.

Target Audience:FWS staff working with natural resource issues and the public, such as biologists, managers, outreach specialists, outdoor recreation planners, partnership.
Delivery MethodOnline Instructor Led
Non-FWS Fee$0.00
Instructional Hours6
Credits/CEUs0.0
Curriculum CategoryOutreach and Partnerships
Course FrequencyOnce per year
Registration LinkLMS
DOI LEARN Course TypeUDT
Extracted from DOI LEARN on7/1/2014 4:04:07 AM

Schedule:  CLM8225 - Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Conservation