Radicle Activist Training: Campaign Toolbox

Date: 
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

This training aims to connect aspiring leaders with Bark organizers and to share the basics of community organizing such as event planning, social media, and simple public actions.

This training is part of Bark's Rad◦i◦cle Activist Training program

The Organizing and Policy Track
This track is designed for those who are interested in the legal and policy processes of forest defense advocacy, as well as public speaking and community organizing. Skills learned include: understanding public lands management, writing articles and official NEPA comments, engaging in community education, and organizing activist events. You will participate in organizing a community event and develop skills for working with the media. This is a great track for those who are interested in becoming community organizers or who have community networks they are eager to engage in forest defense activism.

Trainings in the Organizing and Policy Track include: Volunteer Orientation, Introduction to Forest Policy, Forest Campaign Toolbox, Advanced Comment Writing, Hands on Organizing

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