Please let us know:
1) Which Growing Water Smart webinars you would like to attend
2) Your e-mail address (Only used for webinar registration)
3) If you'll be attending for American Planning Association Certification Maintenance - one (1) CM available per webinar
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Once registered, webinar details will be sent to the e-mail provided during registration. Please contact Harold Thomas, Climate Resilience Program Manager, with any questions at HThomas@sonoraninstitute.org or (520) 257-2514.

Can't make one of the webinars? Check out www.resilientwest.org for tools and case studies to advance your work. All webinars will be archived on www.resilientwest.org. BE RESILIENT!
A joint program of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (www.lincolninst.edu) and the Sonoran Institute (www.sonoraninstitute.org)

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* 1. “Where to Start? Five Approaches to Integrate Water and Land Use Planning,” April 26, 2018 (11AM-12PM PT). Harold Thomas, Climate Resilience Program Manager with the Sonoran Institute will share tried and true planning mechanisms used by communities in the intermountain west to curb water use through land use planning.

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* 2. “How Water Smart Are We? Conducting a Self-Assessment” on May 17, 2018 (11AM-12PM PT). Land use planning and water resource management are highly connected, yet often developed separately. By linking these two fields, a community can achieve significant gains in managing water demand. The Sonoran Institute has developed a Self-Assessment Tool to help local government and water providers get started. Harold Thomas, with the Sonoran Institute, will provide an overview of the tool and share examples of it in use.

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* 3. “How to Talk about Climate Change and Resilience to Build Community Support (Yes! It is possible!)” on May 24, 2018 (11AM-12PM PT). Land use planning and water resource management are foundational to resilient communities, but the topics can be complex and technical. How do you talk about the issues in your community in a way that both educates as well as excites?  Join Marjo Curgus, Principal of Del Corazon Consulting, to build your communication and outreach skills to resonate with what really matters to your community. The webinar will provide an overview of the role of communication in designing a public involvement strategy, values-based messaging, and a framework to help you craft successful messages.

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* 5. Will you be attending for APA CM? (To receive CM you must attend the webinar and commplete a survey, the link will be e-mailed immediately following the webinar)

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