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Weeks Bay Reserve
Weeks Bay Resource Center, Fairhope, AL
2/17/2011 - 2/18/2011
"Water Words That Work and Social Skills of Social Media" will be held from 9:00 AM - 4:00
PM on February 17 and 9:00 AM - Noon on February 18 with registration beginning at 8:30 AM each day.
Registration for this event is now closed. Workshop organizers reserve the right to cancel the workshop at their discretion. ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS AFTER FEBRUARY 11, 2011.
Water Words That Work, February 17 ($35 fee)
Social Skills of Social Media, February 18 ($30 fee)
Both February 17 and February 18 ($55 fee)
Please make checks or P.O.s payable to Weeks Bay Foundation, Inc. and mail to Weeks Bay Foundation, c/o Mike Shelton, 11300 US Highway 98, Fairhope, AL 36532
ABOUT THE EVENT
Learn how to better convey your message. Water Words That Work helps environmental educators and organizations professionalize and modernize their communications. Two training events are offered that can help you succeed with your next project or campaign.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Eric Eckl founded Water Words That Work and has more than 15 years experience planning and carrying out issue advocacy, fundraising, and behavior change campaigns. He is a sought-after speaker for environmental, marketing, and technology conferences. Eric has appeared on CNN, been quoted in the New York Times and sits on the editorial committee for the Center for Watershed Protection. Currently, he serves on the board of directors for the Green Media Toolshed.
For additional information about these events, please contact Michael Shelton at (251)928-9792 or Michael.Shelton@dcnr.alabama.gov.
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