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Permanence and Viability SeriesMaryland Environmental Trust’s current Land Trust Roundtable series will focus on addressing big issues around permanence and viability of easements including discussions on renewable energy development on protected and working lands; restoration and green infrastructure on private lands; climate change and resiliency and more.
More information on upcoming Land Trust Roundtables will be available soon.
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Special Record Workshop for Maryland Land Trusts on Tues., November 28
Keepers or Chuckers: Keys to Good Records Management
Do you know what land records you should keep and which you should chuck? Can you put your hands on critical property records when you need them? Do you know what’s in your property files? While it may not have all the excitement of acquisition, record keeping is essential for protecting your conserved lands.
Join Maryland Environmental Trust and Land Trust Alliance for a record training workshop on Tuesday, November 28. Leave the session understanding the importance of good record keeping, how to identify your critical records and how to plan for getting your records organized and protected for perpetuity.
This workshop is made possible thanks to sponsorship by the Land Trust Alliance. For more information on how to register for this workshop visit the registration website.
Past Land Trust Roundtable SeriesMaryland Environmental Trust’s previous Land Trust Roundtable series focused on shared vision to tackle stewardship challenges around technology, volunteers, recordkeeping and monitoring. Through these series of meetings and conversations Maryland Environmental Trust developed a toolset to address these challenges.
Chesapeake Conservancy Field Data Collection ApplicationIf you would like more information or are interested in participating in piloting the new monitoring protocol developed by the Conservation Innovation Center in partnership with Maryland Environmental Trust, please contact Colin Stief (email@example.com). Below are refresher links on the field data collection application (note: click on "TRY" once at these links):
LOCATE: A Salesforce Application for TrackingIf you would like more information on LOCATE for Maryland, please contact Paul Keogan (firstname.lastname@example.org). Below is the powerpoint presentation from the June Land Trust Roundtable with BackOffice Thinking.
To learn more about this Land Trust Roundtable series or if you are a partner land trust who would like more information about participating in an upcoming pilot, please contact Michelle Grafton, Land Trust Coordinator at email@example.com.
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