(05/15/19) By Scott Ball, TBW Editor It’s nice to be able to reach out to a fellow ACI’er from another state when the need arises. We have an online directory, in fact, just to make communication with our out-of-state peers … Continue reading →
(03/15/19) By Jenifer Wisniewski, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency The weather is getting warmer, and we have some excitement in the air. There are 3 BIG things I’d like to share with you all.
(03/15/19) By Scott Ball, TBW Editor Ask anyone who’s attended an ACI Conference and they’ll tell you – it’s not something you want to miss. This year’s conference is no exception.
(03/15/19) By Aubrey Pawlikowski, Georgia Department of Natural Resources My supervisor mentioned “ACI” during my Day 1: Welcome to Georgia DNR Public Affairs meeting. I then went back to my office and frantically searched “What is ACI?”
(03/15/19) By Amy Bulger, Wyoming Game and Fish Department It was a Monday, and my to-do list was 10 items long. Not one of those had to do with growing our magazine readership, yet 49 new subscribers signed up that … Continue reading →
(03/15/19) Facilitated by Karen Hudson, Missouri Department of Conservation Led by K.C. Dahl, Account Executive and Amy Winder, Director of Strategic Marketing, Learfield News Summary and photos by Karen Grimes, Iowa Department of Natural Resources Repurposing content keeps great stories … Continue reading →
(03/15/19) By Scott Ball, TBW Editor This issue of The Balance Wheel is published on March 15, which also happens to be the deadline for entering the ACI Awards Contest.
(03/15/19) The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is hosting an R3 locavore workshop in May and,
(03/15/19) The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, in partnership with Responsive Management and the NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum, invite personnel from
(01/15/19) By Jenifer Wisniewski, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency There are 2 things on my mind that I hope are on yours too. It is ACI awards season, and the ACI Conference will be here before you know it!
(01/15/19)Presentation by Clint! Runge – Managing Director, ArchrivalSummary by Katie Purcell, Florida FWC Clint! Runge’s unique name listed on the program helped set the stage for his Day 2 keynote presentation. A dynamic speaker with a wealth of information about … Continue reading →
(01/15/19) By Steve “Wildman” Wilson, Honorary Lifetime Member …and what a birthday party it was! Missouri Department of Conservation sure knows how to throw a party and put on a conference.
(01/15/19) By Troy Swauger, California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife In the summer of 2016, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) magazine, Outdoor California, was recognized for the eighth straight year as the best-of-the-best by winning the Gold … Continue reading →
(01/15/19) Facilitated by Chris Cloyd, Digital Communications Manager, Missouri Department of Conservation Summary Notes by Kaitlyn Paey, NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife It is important to know your audience when creating and maintaining your agency website, because it is … Continue reading →
(11/15/18) By Jenifer Wisniewski, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Fellow ACI Friends, I am happy to announce that I have joined the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency as Chief of Communications and Outreach. Don King, Chief of Multimedia for TWRA and past … Continue reading →
(11/15/18) Presentation by Sarah Kendrick, Missouri Dept. of Conservation Summary by Scott Ball, TBW Editor If you were at the ACI Conference, you know the challenge Sarah Kendrick faced in following an extremely powerful keynote address. Armed with a strong … Continue reading →
(11/15/18) Facilitated by Kipp Woods and Kevin Muenks, Missouri Dept. of Conservation Summary by Dan Dennison, Hawai‘i Dept. of Land and Natural Resources Like most new technologies, the first few years of application are typically fraught with lots of trial … Continue reading →
(11/15/18) Facilitated by Angie Morfeld and Stephanie Thurber, Missouri Dept. of Conservation Summary by Nicola Whitley, New Hampshire Fish and Game Dept. Not only was I lucky enough to be able to attend my first ACI conference and see the … Continue reading →
(11/15/18) By Kyle Martens, Nebraska Forest Service Many of us value our ACI membership for the networking opportunities. While we can’t always attend the annual conference, we can stay in touch in online. That’s why we chose to create a … Continue reading →
(11/15/18) By Judy Stokes Weber, ACI Treasurer To repeat the question we asked in September – Are you missing? Check out the map and see whether your agency is in (green) or you are wandering in the wilderness alone (gray).