Join us for a 3-day in-person Storyteller’s Circle workshop exploring the sagebrush ecosystem!

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As conservation communicators, we face a daunting task: telling compelling stories to encourage actions that will “save the world.” But how often do we make space for developing our craft in order to do these stories justice?

Enter the Storyteller’s Circle. This (free!) virtual event alternates between topic-based discussions led by other communications professionals and dedicated time to work on your own storytelling projects in a supportive environment. This event is hosted by the Intermountain West Joint Venture and the Center for Collaborative Conservation to be a space where storytellers and communicators throughout the conservation realm can come together to hone their craft.

Reach out to Emily Downing (emily.downing@iwjv.org) or Nicole Reese (nicole.reese@colostate.edu) for more information. You can also subscribe to receive email updates about upcoming workshops and past events. Notes from past workshops are linked here.

Join us October 8-11, 2024, for a 3-day in-person Storyteller’s Circle workshop exploring the sagebrush ecosystem!

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