This recorded webcast is designed for park and public agency employees who are interested in the history of parks. The session will include historical details, drawings and photographs of the people and places who make up the story, their objectives, successes and failures.Learn MoreFree
This training course addresses the management of rights-of-way and access to inholdings in designated wilderness.Learn MoreFree
Micro learning courses are an excellent way to learn content in quick and focused segments. These concise and informative courses enable learning when time is limited. The use of video and other instructional techniques make this an engaging experience for the learner and provide a unique alternative to our full-length courses.
Photo by Isaiah West Taber - Sierra Club Bulletin, Vol. VI. No. 4, January, 1908, pg. 211 , Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=28233048
Trees are as important as ever in our growing cities – the need to provide large canopied shade trees to cool cities is important. Providing adequate root volumes to allow large healthy trees to grow without infrastructure conflicts is also important.Learn MoreFree
This course provides learners with essential knowledge about ANILCA: its history, special provisions in Alaska, and its relationship with the Wilderness Act of 1964. Learn MoreFree