Stronger Together Networking Series

"The meeting was thought provoking and terrific. Connecting with other land trust people and hearing their experiences was absolutely the best." -- Jody, Acton Conservation Trust, participant

Intended for land trust staff and board members, these informal one-hour Zoom discussions are focused on exchanging information among peers on topics of common interest. Seasoned land trust practitioners as well as those newer to the field are welcome. These calls are sponsored by the Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition.

To receive log-in information, register for each session that interests you. These discussions will not be recorded. 

Land Trust Networking and Collaboration:  Berkshire Region
Thursday, November 19, 6 pm - 7 pm
Advance registration required here.
Land trusts big and small have much to learn from one another. A "Stronger Together" networking event sponsored by the Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition through funding from MA DCR’s Working Forests Initiative, this informal one-hour discussion will be facilitated by Robb Johnson (MLTC) and Paul Catanzaro (UMass), and focus on exchanging information among peers on topics of common interest in your region. The discussion is intended for staff and board members of non-profit land conservation organizations working in the Berkshires, as well as open space committee members in the region. The event will not be recorded.

Land Trust Networking and Collaboration: Southeast Massachusetts
Wednesday, December 2, 6 pm - 7 pm
Advance registration required here.
Land trusts big and small have much to learn from one another. A "Stronger Together" networking event sponsored by the Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition through funding from MA DCR’s Working Forests Initiative, this informal one-hour discussion will be facilitated by Robb Johnson (MLTC) and Paul Catanzaro (UMass), and focus on exchanging information among peers on topics of common interest in your region. The discussion is intended for staff and board members of non-profit land conservation organizations working in Southeast Massachusetts, as well as open space committee members in the region. The event will not be recorded. 

We look forward to the discussions!