Register for one of our upcoming webinars by selecting from the list below.
Missed one of our webinars? Contact Phyllis Lee to gain access to recordings of past webinars.
Climate Action Webinar and OTF Recognition Event
On November 27, OLTA is hosting a free Climate Action Webinar as a part of our Climate Action Program funded through the Ontario Trillium Foundation. One of our greatest tools in our fight against climate change is hiding in plain site – nature! Nature Based Climate Solutions refer to actions that protect and restore nature which functions to capture and store carbon, reduce carbon emissions and help communities to adapt to the impacts of climate change. Join us on November 27th to learn more about how nature helps us in our fight against climate change.
Date: November 27, 2020.
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes, from 10 – 11:30am, EST, on Zoom.
Registration: Click here to register.
Introduction to Miradi Training
OLTA is now in year 2 of our LTCF Capacity Building project. OLTA is delivering capacity building services for increased education, promotion and adherence to the Canadian Land Trust Standards & Practices to Ontario and Maritimes land trusts.
As part of OLTA’s LTCF Capacity Building project and in collaboration with Réseau de milieux naturels protégés (RMN) and Land Trust Alliance of British Columbia (LTABC), we are offering an Introduction to Miradi webinar on December 1st. Miradi guides nature conservation practitioners to design, manage, monitor, and learn from their projects to more effectively meet their conservation goals following a process laid out by the Open Standards.
This session is a hands-on training session using Miradi software to plan conservation projects based on the Open Standards. Through theoretical support and practical exercises, you will learn how to create a new project, create a conceptual model, assess risks, formulate a work plan and create and use Miradi reports.
This training will provide you with tools to:
- visualize and document your soon-to-be protected sites,
- identify which threats affect their conservation targets or which ones are the most significant,
- assess which actions will influence the situation and results on your property, as well as how you will operationalize your stewardship plan through a clear work plan and a budget.
Prerequisites: Open Standards introductory training (for more info on a self-trained course available, please contact us).
Note that you will need to have access to Miradi software and a computer during this hands-on training session. Check here for full details on the different license purchase options (or a 60-day free trial). Low-income organizations can have access to a $30 USD license.
Date: December 1, 2020.
Duration: 3 hours, from 1-4pm EST, on Zoom.
Fee : Free for all conservation land trusts . Other organizations : $180
Click here to register. The training session registration is on a first come, first serve basis, with a maximum of 30 participants. Registration is being coordinated by RMN, and a confirmation email will be sent to you a week prior to the event.