CE Strategy Webinars

The North American Conservation Education Strategy is proud to offer a series of free, interactive webinars to discuss the many resources available to agencies and other partners.

Webinars begin at 2 pm EST and last approximately 60-90 minutes depending on the topic. All webinars will be recorded and available for later viewing-on AFWA’s Vimeo channel; the most current webinars are available on our new webinar channel. To receive notices about upcoming webinars, email pallen@fishwildlife.org

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Blazing Natural Pathways: An Update of the North American Conservation Education Strategy
The CE Strategy just received a two-year, multistate grant to help state agencies and partners understand and blaze natural pathways from outdoor initiation to recruitment using experience- and skills-building models in community settings.

It’s an exciting opportunity for the CE Strategy to bridge the work that we’ve accomplished in the formal K-12 education sector to non-formal, wildlife-related recreation programs that offer progressive outdoor activities and experiences. We’re also expanding our partnerships and developing a “Kindling” program to fuel a number of natural pathways models. We can’t wait to tell you about our progress and our direction, including how YOU are an important part of it!



To access previous webinars, go to our archive. There you will be able to find all of these webinars:

  • Connecting Kids with Nature
  • Exploring Landscapes through Project Based Learning (webinar 10)
  • Evaluating Conservation Education Programs (webinar 9)
  • Outdoor Skills (webinar 8)
  • Outdoor Investigations (webinar 7)
  • Using the Core Concepts (webinar 1)
    > Using Core Concepts Participant
  • An Overview of the North American Conservation Education Strategy 
  • Field Investigations & STEM
  • Stewardship Best Practices
  • K-12 Conservation Scope & Sequence
 (webinar 5)
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