The Ruckelshaus Institute is a division of the Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at UW.
The Haub School gives people the skills and tools they need to build lasting, inclusive solutions to our most complex natural resource challenges.
Natural resource issues are inherently complex. They often involve a multitude of stakeholders with deeply held values, are data-intensive yet fraught with uncertainty, and are interlaced with quality of life and economic issues. Finding durable solutions can be difficult work.
The Ruckelshaus Institute offers a Summer Workshop Series in collaborative decision making skills for natural resources professionals. The trainings, open to anyone who would like to attend, are designed for natural resource managers and planners, county commissioners, conservation district managers, biologists, environmental policy specialists, foresters, conservationists, environmental consultants, attorneys, engineers, developers, students, and others who work in natural resources management and environmental policy.
The interactive workshops offer training on how to resolve complex issues, reduce conflict, and create value around natural resources challenges.
June 22, 2012 Jackson, WY (CLOSED)
June 26-27, 2012 Jackson, WY (CLOSED)
June 28-29, 2012 Jackson, WY (CLOSED)
July 30-31, 2012 Casper, WY $375 (CLOSED)
August 1-2, 2012 Jackson, WY $375 (CLOSED)
August 8-9, 2012 Laramie, WY $375 (CLOSED)
August 14, 2012 Cody, WY $175 (CLOSED)
Discounts available for those enrolling in multiple workshops and for UW staff/students/faculty.
Trouble registering? Find instructions for how to register here.
Steve Smutko, University of Wyoming
Nina Burkardt, U.S. Geological Survey
Mary Lou Addor, North Carolina State University
Todd Malmsbury, Colorado Wildlife Federation
Judi Kohler, National Wildlife Federation