Are you worried about saving a stream near your house and need to get your neighbors involved? Want to make sure your elected officials know how strongly you feel about protecting endangered wildlife? Do you want to make your online communications more effective?
If so, come to Audubon Naturalist Society’s Nov.1 Advocacy 202 workshop: Using online tools and social media for organizing.
If you’ve attended one of our introductory advocacy workshops (or if you haven’t!), come learn how to go deeper on some key advocacy skills: Using online tools to grow your action alert lists, get your messages out, and build your power with decision-makers.
This workshop will introduce you to the FREE organizing and communication tool that ANS uses (Action Network) and show you how you can use it for your grassroots group to maximize your communication with members, the public, and decision-makers. You will also learn how to use images and social media to amplify your message!
And, you’ll get your own copy of our NEW Advocacy & Stewardship Handbook.
“[The] workshop content was great! I believe that I have new tools to support my advocacy work. The workshop was worth the two hour drive from NOVA.” — Past participant
When: Thursday, Nov. 1, 6:30-8:30 pm
Where: Woodend Sanctuary, 8940 Jones Mill Road, Chevy Chase, MD
Cost: $15 ANS members/$20 non-members