(01/15/2020) Summary by Paul Benjunas, Connecticut Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection, Wildlife Division For years, state fish and wildlife agencies have told their stories, largely in part, through their agency magazines. Readers are continually captivated by the incredible stories … Continue reading →
(01/15/2020) Republished courtesy of South Carolina DNR There is a growing list of cellphone apps that you can use to identify bird species by their melodic songs, chirps and calls. Now it is a little easier for novice and expert … Continue reading →
(11/14/19) Find out how your agency stacks up against others regarding social media platforms, posting frequency, and more.
(11/15/19) By Jenifer Wisniewski, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency There’s an awesome partnership opportunity for ANY state to work with onX maps and offer a 20% discount for onX to your customers. What’s even better is that onX will give you … Continue reading →
(11/15/19) Presentation by Doc Kokol, Kokol and Associates; Summary by Matthew Cameron, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency As the 2019 ACI conference waned into its final afternoon, attendees were rewarded with a session sure to benefit even the most seasoned spokesperson.
(11/15/19) Presentation by Kevin Orthman, Professional Outdoor Media Association Summary and photo by Adam Baylor, Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Kevin Orthman, CEO of the Professional Outdoor Media Association provided key insights into the hunting and fishing industry during … Continue reading →
(11/15/19) It’s not too soon to be thinking about and planning for the 2020 ACI Conference, in Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 19-22.
(11/15/19) By Scott Ball, TBW Editor Fairley Mahlum, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, has a favor to ask: Would you mind sharing certain of your agency’s job descriptions?
(11/15/19) By Scott Ball, TBW Editor Every July, our esteemed Treasurer, Judy Stokes Weber, sends invoices to the members for Awards Contest entries and dues renewal.
(09/16/19) By Jenifer Wisniewski, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Join me in a Making It Last FB group! You can see some of the ways that states are using the campaign and post your own. Lots of great ideas there. Click … Continue reading →
(09/16/19) Keynote Address by Andrew McKean Summary by Dan Dennison, Hawaii Dept. of Land and Natural Resources “Relevance – Rethinking the role of Conservation Communication,” was the title of Andrew McKean’s keynote address to the annual meeting of the Association … Continue reading →
(09/16/19) By Elysabeth Kierl, Little Blue Natural Resources District, Davenport, Neb. This Nebraska country girl embarked on a momentous adventure to attend the Association of Conservation Information conference for my first time in historic Savannah.
(09/16/19) By Heather Feeler, Missouri Dept. of Conservation Missouri is interested in gaining more insight and information into how other states measure their website metrics.
(07/17/19) By Jenifer Wisniewski, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency The Conference by the Numbers 138 attendees | 33 states represented | 546 award entries | 104 awards given (several ties) Still have Georgia on your mind? Did you bring back any … Continue reading →
(07/17/19) By Scott Ball, TBW Editor
(07/17/19) Summary by Meagan N. Thorpe, Pennsylvania Game Commission In the afternoon of the first day of ACI’s 2018 conference, attendees of the “Real Results with Marketing Outreach” breakout session heard from program administrators from around the nation on their … Continue reading →
(05/15/19) By Jenifer Wisniewski, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency 10. Great location! Savannah, is an awesome city, whether you like art, history, culture, food, night life, haunted stuff or water. You can even tack on a day before or after to … Continue reading →
(05/15/19) By Scott Ball, TBW Editor Now that you have so many good reasons to come to the ACI Conference, here are a few things to keep in mind.
(05/15/19) Facilitated by Kipp Woods, Kevin Muenks and Lucas Bond, Missouri Dept. of Conservation Summary by Brad Parsons, Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources Three snowmobilers fly down a forest trail kicking up just the right amount of powder to create … Continue reading →
(05/15/19) Presentation by James Worley, Missouri Dept. of Conservation Summary Tim Tassitano, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries The need to reach, and connect, to new audiences is more important than ever. While national trends show fewer and fewer … Continue reading →