Site Manager Resources | NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY

Site Manager Resources

Cover of the 2015 Site Manual

Manual for Site Managers

Are you thinking of hosting a volunteer event for National Public Lands Day? We have simple tips to guide your event--from start to finish. Download our 2015 Manual for Site Managers for helpful suggestions and resources on how to plan your event, solicit donations and monetary support and advertise for volunteers.

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Volunteer Appreciation Certificates

Volunteers work hard on National Public Lands Day to protect and revitalize public lands. Why not say "thank you" for their efforts by giving each volunteer a certificate of appreciation.

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Getting the Word Out: NPLD Communications Tools Webinar on August 21, 2013

In the Getting the Word Out: NPLD Communications Tools webinar, orignally broadcast on August 21, 2013, we reviewed tactics and tools site managers can use to get the word out about local NPLD events. Participants learned how to get the most out of the NPLD Media Toolkit, free promotional materials and more. Webinar hosts Carissa Poroko and Michelle Weber of Tricom Associates, Chicago also reviewed how to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of NPLD. A full replay is below.
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Media Release Form

One of the best ways to document the success of volunteer projects and encourage more people to lend a hand is by taking photos and video. Your pictures and video can be used by NPLD to help promote the program and teach others about community service and public lands. If you would like to send pictures or videos to NPLD, please fill out the media release form.

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Join the Social Media & #NPLD20 Webinar

Social Media & #NPLD20 Webinar on July 24, 2013

In the Social Media & #NPLD20 webinar, originally broadcast on July 24, 2013, began with a brief overview of what was new for #NPLD20. The majority of time was reserved to answer participant's questions. Public lands social media experts, Nancy Heltman from Virginia State Parks and Tracey Adams from Public Lands Every Day, responded to questions about Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. The webinar was hosted by Lynn Miller of 4GreenPs. A full replay is below.

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