College of Natural Resources Faculty Deliver Conservation Workshops in Boise

Thursday, July 28 2011

Conservation social sciences and bioregional planning faculty in the College of Natural Resources conducted workshops on July 18-22 at the Northwest Community Development Institute in Boise. Tamara Laninga, assistant professor, presented “Sustainable Land Use Planning for Cities and Towns,” and “Conservation Planning and Special Places Protection for Counties and Regions.”

Nick Sanyal, associate professor, presented, “Moving From Conflict to Consensus in Small Groups: Building Bridges to Better Decision Making.” Additionally, Sanyal and alumnus Liza Pulsipher Wilson co-presented, “The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: Antecedents for and Effectiveness of Community Engagement in Two Small Rural Towns.”