Cooperative Conservation: Increasing Capacity through Community Partnerships -- Interagency Volunteer Program & Cooperative Conservation Program: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending September 30, 2005
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- 1,573 total volunteer records now loaded into database
- 230 new volunteers recruited through website: www.getoutdoorsnevada.org
- Website recorded an average of 35,000 hits per month for the quarter, with an average of 3,350 pages viewed per month
- Three major interagency volunteer events completed this quarter, at which more than 300 volunteers picked up a total of 128 cubic yards of litter at three separate National Public Lands Day clean-up events: September 17, 2005 - Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area September 24, 2005 - Red Rock National Conservation Area September 24, 2005 - Lake Mead National Recreation Area
- Interagency Volunteer Team selected to receive national Take Pride in America award in the Federal Volunteer Program Category
- Inaugural volunteer recognition luncheon planned and invitations mailed for October 28, 2005 event
- Alternative Workforce Survey completed
Environmental management; Interagency coordination; Litter (Trash) – Prevention; Nevada – Clark county; Voluntarism; Volunteer workers in environmental education; Volunteer workers in environmental protection
Civic and Community Engagement | Environmental Health and Protection | Environmental Monitoring | Natural Resources and Conservation
Rees, M. N.
Cooperative Conservation: Increasing Capacity through Community Partnerships -- Interagency Volunteer Program & Cooperative Conservation Program: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending September 30, 2005.
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