Webinar Series

The North American Conservation Education Strategy (CE 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 and events, sign up for our newsletter here.

Webinar Archive
To access previous webinars, go to our vemo archive or our more recent CE Strategy Webinar Archive. There you will be able to find all of these webinars:

  • Natural Pathways Project (December 2018)
  • Overview of the CE Strategy's new Magnificent Monarch: Resource Recommendations for Conservation Educators
  • The Role of Professional Agency Communicators in the Age of Social Media 
  • Transitioning to the Next Generation Standards
  • Using Facebook Live to Broaden Public Engagement
  • Starting at the End: Using Logic Models to evaluate your Education Programs
  • Want to make your Outreach Programs more Inclusive?
  • Simplifying Social Media for Better Storytelling 
  • Explore the Basics of Crisis Communication 
  • CE Strategy Toolkit- Resources for Educators  
  • Making the Connection with Millennials 
  • Overview of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America's Diverse Fish and Wildlife 
  • Applying Diversity Best Practices to Conservation Education 
  • 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)