West Virginians for Public Lands Volunteer Leadership Workshop - Saturday, June 9, Charleston, WV
Ready to take your activism beyond writing letters to Congress? Ready to inspire others in your community to act? You’re ready to be a West Virginians for Public Lands volunteer leader. We have a fun daylong training to get you there. Whether you are new to volunteering or you are already a conservation leader, this workshop is for you. No prior organizing or volunteer experience is required. Join the over 30 WVPL volunteer leaders across West Virginia who are already organizing their communities to defend our public lands.

This free informal and interactive workshop takes place on Saturday, June 9, in the meeting room of Parkside Place overlooking the Kanawha River in Charleston, WV. Ellen’s Ice Cream will provide lunch and ice cream.

Please apply by June 4.

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Limited scholarship funds are available for travel to the workshop. Please only apply for funds if financial hardship would keep you from participating in the workshop. Email, Megan Hamilton, mhamilton@wvrivers.org, for support requests. Please indicate below if you will be applying for a scholarship.
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