Workshops

XWN organizes an Annual peer-to-peer Workshop, hosted by a different watershed group each year. These workshops:

  • Foster peer-to-peer sharing through facilitated sharing sessions and collaborative problem solving.
  • Center on topics recommended by the XWN participants and relevant to the host watershed.
  • Include a field portion that allows attendees to explore projects in the host watershed.

In addition to the Annual Workshop, XWN Interactive Sessions at existing conferences. These include interactive problem-solving sessions, known as case clinics and breakout discussion groups. Keep an eye out for XWN at a conference near you!

 

Upcoming Annual Workshops:

Register here for the 2017 XWN Annual Workshop on March 21-22 hosted by the Gila Watershed Partnership! More information is available on the events page.

Previous Annual Workshops:

2015 Annual Workshop hosted by ARKWIPP

When/Where: October 5th-6th, 2015 in Pueblo,CO

Notes:

Discussion Notes: Setting Goals for Multi-Use Sites

Discussion Notes: Designing Restoration Projects to Withstand Disturbance

Case Clinic Notes: Challenges Implementing Woody Invasives Removal on Arid Lands

Case Clinic Notes: Taking Lessons From Failure, Seeding Challenges Restoring Native Grasslands

Case Clinic Notes: Forming a New Partnership in the Arkansas Basin

Case Clinic Notes: Bringing Together Multiple Stakeholders to Establish a Shared Native Seed Source

Notes from the Field: Upper Huerfano Project Sites  

Upcoming Mini-Workshops:

Stay tuned!

Previous Mini-Workshops:

2016 TC Conference

When/Where: February 9th, 2016 in Grand Junction ,CO

Docs:

List of Attendees

Notes from Dave Bastian’s Session on Diversity & Local Engagement in Conservation Corps

Notes on Matt Grabau’s Session on Long-Term Goal Setting in the Colorado River Delta

2015 TC Conference

When/Where: February 11th, 2015 in Albuquerque, NM

Docs:

Keys to Success: the Dolores River Restoration Partnership, Introduced by Daniel Oppenheimer

Keys to Success: the San Juan Watershed Group, Introduced by Melissa May

Keys to Success: the Verde Watershed Restoration Coalition, Introduced by Anna Schrenk

2014 TC Conference

When/Where: February 19, 2014 in Grand Junction, CO

Docs:

2014 XWN Mini-Workshop Attendees

Notes: Breakout Session on Listed Bird Species

Notes: Breakout Session on Monitoring Tactics

Notes: Breakout Session on Russian Olive Management