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ANCA Peer Meeting: Creative Solutions for Challenges at Governmental Centers

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Join us online for the ANCA Peer Meeting: Creative Solutions for Challenges at Governmental Centers.

Do you work for a nature center that's part of a city, county, state, federal or local government agency?  Would you like to connect with other directors of governmental centers and brainstorm creative solutions to today's COVID challenges?  If so, join us to discuss the challenges that are unique to governmental centers! 

Have questions? Please contact ANCA Events Coordinator, Sarah Reding, at events@natctr.org.

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How to Connect to the Meeting
After submitting this form, you will receive an email with instructions on how to join the zoom meeting. The email will come from Sarah Reding, events@natctr.org. If you don’t receive an email within a few days with the zoom link, first check your spam/trash folder. If you still haven't received it, please contact Sarah Reding at events@natctr.org for the zoom link.
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