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  • Budget and Revenue Generations

    4 Review(s)

    This previously recorded one-hour webinar will introduce different revenue-generating strategies agencies may use for long term financial planning.

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  • Data and Decision Making

    4 Review(s)

    This previously recorded one-hour webinar will introduce participants to best practices in identifying data sources, creating data, and using data for management decision-making.

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  • Interpretation and Coaching for ABMC Managers

    The purpose of this course is to help ABMC managers further appreciate their role as supervisors, coaches, auditors, and appraisers of interpretive programs and projects. Interpretive coaching and supervision are important responsibilities of ABMC supervisors.

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  • Park Design & Construction

    6 Review(s)

    This webinar explores the art and science of park design.

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  • Public and Private Partnerships

    1 Review(s)

    This webinar will cover public and private partnerships. As visitation rises at state parks and the visitors needs and expectations also increases, finding a way to remain relevant to today’s visitor becomes costly. Public and private partnerships may be an option worth looking into.

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  • Research and Surveys

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    This previously recorded, one-hour webinar includes a discussion about research and surveys as they are relevant to the future success of state parks across the United States.

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  • The First World War and the United States

    7 Review(s)

    The causes of World War One are complex. This course explores the social and political factors that contributed to and shaped the conflict in Europe. The initial reluctance and ultimate participation of the United States is described and placed in a cultural and political context as well.

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  • Urban Connections and the Role of State Parks (Recorded)

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    This previously recorded one-hour webinar examines the efforts of Michigan State Parks and Maryland Conservation Job Corps to program, manage, and integrate better the outdoor experience into urban residents’ lives.

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  • Volunteerism

    From shore to shore, Michigan State Parks and Recreation Areas provide both great recreation opportunities and high quality habitat for rare species. Our state park system is home to many unique ecosystems, such as forested coastal dunes, native tallgrass prairies and rare prairie fens that are home to rare birds, insects, turtles and other animals.

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