By Aaron Meier, Nevada Department of Wildlife The Nevada Department of Wildlife is excited to be hosting this year’s ACI Conference, July 11-14. To show off a little bit we decided to host the conference at Lake Tahoe; one of …Continue reading →
If you’ve been to an Association for Conservation Information Conference already, then you know the annual event offers an incredible opportunity to network, share and learn. Unfortunately, most of us have to convince our bosses that the trip is worth …Continue reading →
Karen Parker, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission In 2015, Florida experienced our first sturgeon-collision fatality, when a 5-year-old girl died after a sturgeon struck her and her family near Fanning Springs. Her mother and brother were also injured. In …Continue reading →
Christine Schwerin, Michigan Department of Natural Resources In Michigan, “up north” brings visions of tall, snow-covered pine trees, hiking trails winding through canopied forests and campgrounds filled with the sounds of kids playing. It’s far away from the hustle and …Continue reading →
Brittany Howell, Pennsylvania Game Commission Conversations about state wildlife management happen online whether or not your agency has a digital presence. By developing social media outlets of your own, your staff will be aware of hot-button topics, provide answers to …Continue reading →
Abe Moore, Texas Parks and Wildlife That seems to be the first question out of my mouth lately. Even with 20 years of experience as a videographer, I’m constantly having to relearn which equipment is really needed and when it’s …Continue reading →
By Gabe Giffin – Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries For those who recall Chris Sietsema’s talk on Youtility, I hope you got a few nice pieces of information or theory that he provided. The bottom line that I pulled …Continue reading →
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