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What’s in Your Volunteer Toolkit?

Managing a Successful and Sustainable Volunteer Program

Tools to engage and retain volunteers.

Presenter: Ann Baker Easley, Executive Director, Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

Explore successful and essential tools and techniques to effectively equip your organization to effectively engage and retain volunteers. Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado, a nationally recognized outdoor stewardship organization, will showcase its "CO Outdoors Toolkit: Technical Assistance Guide for Advancing Outdoor Stewardship," a comprehensive guide for organizations who engage volunteers in partnership with land management agencies for on- the-ground stewardship work.

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