Program: Convening a Powerful Coalition
The goal of our Convening Program is to build the relationships that support the environmental and social changes required for resilient lands and people. We also want to increase collaboration and our collective ability to respond to challenges and rise to opportunities.
You are invited to this monthly, online, and FREE event series in the fall of 2022! Together Tuesdays will feature fast-paced showcases of TOGETHER Bay Area member projects plus some fun and games.
Attend one, two, or all three from the comfort of your home, office, or other wifi-friendly location:
- September 13 from 4:00-5:30pm about Urban Biodiversity Conservation and Community Building
- October 11 from 4:00-5:30pm about Green Jobs and Workforce Development for Climate Resilience
- November 1 from 4:00-5:30pm about California’s 30×30
Launched in August 2022 in partnership with Redbud Resource Group, Right Relations is a 9-month, cohort-based pilot program to build alliances with local Native American communities. We are now accepting applications! The Right Relations program is free and open to TOGETHER Bay Area member organizations.
2022 Spring Together Retreat
2021 Together Tuesdays
2021 Spring Summit
2020 Fall Forum
Watch webinars we’ve hosted about a range of topics and issues, and check out our YouTube channel for more webinars.
Starting in March 2020, we have been convening conversations with different communities of practice: nonprofit executive directors, public land management agencies, stewardship and belonging, fire data compilers, communications and public affairs leaders, and more. These small group conversations provide opportunities for information sharing, brainstorming, problem solving, and relationship building. The topics and agendas are driven by our members’ needs and input. Two examples of community conversations are:
Public Land Management Agencies
What started with weekly zoom calls on Fridays at 4pm in mid-March 2020, senior leaders of public land management agencies from around the region gather regularly. Starting in the fall of 2021 we moved into the real world with field trips.
Fire Data working group
Starting in April 2021, we have convened regular calls with professionals at nonprofits, public agencies, and companies who compile data about wildfire on the landscape. Watch the 2022 speaker series here.