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Picture of the productZenergize: The Yoga Nature Connection
Laura Rogers
60 minutes
CE: 1.0
Date: August 17, 2021
Webinar Recording

During this session, we will explore a few basic poses, taught step by step, with various modifications offered. Then we’ll discuss how to fit them “naturally” into existing programs and/or build new ones using yoga. Finally we’ll touch on what to consider (marketing, safety, liability, certification) when offering outdoor/onsite yoga/meditation classes at your facility.

Laura Rogers is a part-time naturalist at Fenner Nature Center in Lansing, MI and recently started her own business, Our NatureHood LLC. She has been a naturalist for 25 years and a certified yoga instructor for 15 years.
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WEB0817218/17/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productMeeting the Moment:
Programming (or Interpretation) at the Family Campsite

Michelle Wilson & Alysa Adams
60 minutes
CE: 1.0
Date: August 10, 2021
Webinar Recording

The summer of 2020 offered new challenges for Interpretive staff across the country, as we each sought solutions to engage the public in meaningful ways. With Visitor Centers closed, guided walks and amphitheater style programs canceled, and limited personnel available to meet public needs, creative ingenuity and the enthusiasm to try something new became paramount. A pilot program was started, with staff offering personalized programs to individual family units at places like their campsite. Now, this successful model is being implemented again as we launch into a new summer. Come learn how two different state agencies customized programming to meet their visitor needs amidst COVID and be inspired by what you can do at your site!

Michelle Wilson is an Executive Officer II with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources working in the Conservation & Recreation Division. Since 2000 she has been assisting the State Parks, Forests and Preserves Bureau, coordinating the interpretive program and training full-time staff and seasonal interpreters in CIG. Outside of Interpretation, she develops the State's SCORP plan and facilitates teams across the DNR and state government in Continuous Improvement.


Alysa Adams is a Parks Interpretive Specialist 2 with Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission. Since 2013 she’s been sharing her passion for the natural world with campers and folks passing through, and her goofy enthusiasm is always appreciated by youngers and their parents alike. She is currently the Interim Deputy Director of NAI’s Northwest Region and is stationed at the Mount St. Helens Visitor Center.


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WEB0810218/10/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productDeveloping Emotional Resilience in the Face of Climate Chang
Kara Stella
90 minutes
CE: 1.5
Date: July 13, 2021
Webinar Recording

This 90-minute webinar is an introduction to a subsequent 5-week series on developing emotional resilience in approaching climate change. Through dialogic and interpretive group activities (you are free to take, adapt and use), we will create a space to feel deeply and share honestly about climate change

Kara Stella is the Interpretive Coach and Trainer for Yosemite National Park. She has a degree in Natural Resources Planning and Interpretation from Humboldt State University. She has been in the field of interpretation for 22 years. A facilitator, trainer and storyteller, Kara draws from The Work that Reconnects for her climate change work.


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WEB0713217/13/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the product2021 NAI Northwest Region Conference
Creating Virtual Programming that is Compelling and Makes Audiences Want to Visit

Recordings include:
Keynote Presentation from Kevin Damstra
Regional Business Meeting
3 Presentations (from Brian Janson, Gina Roberti, and Glenn Hart)


Non-member price: $35.00
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R10_20217/12/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productGeoparks & Geofood: Interp. our Geoheritage thru Gastronomy
Carla Susan Goulart Martins Da Silva
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: June 29, 2021
Webinar Recording

Is interpretation of geological heritage any different from other heritage interpretation? In this webinar, Carla Silva will discuss the philosophy behind the UNESCO Global Geoparks, linking education, heritage conservation and sustainable economy. She will give some examples of geointerpretation and introduce the concept of Geofood. Her goal is to give you an appetite for more “geo” in your interpretation!

Carla Silva is a divided person: between the Azores archipelago and Portugal mainland; between biology and geology; between doing and training others. She currently works for the Azores Governmental Services of Nature Conservation and Environmental Awareness, where, among several projects, she is a trainer for Azores Natural Parks Courses for Tourist Guides and provides workshops for school teachers. She is still hands-on as a guide at the UNESCO World Heritage Landscape of the Pico Island Vineyard Culture, and has been part of the educational team on the UNESCO Global Azores Geopark since the project began in 2012. Carla is also Interpret Europe’s Country Coordinator for Portugal.


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WEB0629216/29/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productVisual Story Telling: Introduction to Photography for Interp
Nathan Taxel
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: June 15, 2021
Webinar Recording

This workshop will focus on introductory photography techniques which can be used to make captivating digital images regardless of the type of camera used. With an eye on equity this session will intentionally avoid discussion of methods which require specialized equipment or software and instead focus on using cell phones and other entry level photography tools to make stories come alive.

Nathan Taxel is an interpreter for OC Parks in Orange County California, an Associate Faculty member in the Environmental Studies Department at Saddleback College, a Certified Interpretive Trainer, and a Certified Interpretive Guide. He earned his Master’s in Parks and Natural Resource Management from Slippery Rock University and is an avid amateur photographer.


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WEB0615216/15/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productInspired to Inspire, Holistic Inspirational Interpretation
A guide for interpreters, museum educators, rangers, tour guides, consultants and others involved in visitor experiences.

By Jacquie Gilson, Doctor of Social Sciences
Copies sold by NAI include an autographed insert plate from the author.

Ready to take your work in interpretation to the next level?

Over the last 100 years, the way we approach interpretation has matured and changed, with an increasing emphasis on being holistic. Inspired to Inspire explores the many benefits that a holistic approach to interpretation may bring to visitors, interpreters, and organizations. It presents inspiration as an engaging, fun and rewarding holistic approach to interpretation.

Chock full of thoughts from interpretive guides and practical examples, including ideas for participatory and dialogic interpretation, we hope this book will become your go to guide to help you stay Inspired to Inspire!


Non-member price: $50.00
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GILSON6/11/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productWhen Nature Goes Virtual
Megan Kuhl-Korbin
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: May 25, 2021
Webinar Recording

During times of uncertainty we are often pushed to our limits—to think outside the box, to build something from nothing, to make the impossible possible. In a world where teaching about nature outdoors is ideal, the education staff at The Morton Arboretum share the process they used to find solutions that meet their audiences’ needs, pushing the boundaries of outdoor education in a digital learning world.


Megan Kuhl-Horbin is the Coordinator of School Programs at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois. She is a former educator with 10 years of experience as a classroom teacher, environmental/outdoor educator and interpretive guide. She currently works to serve the educators and students in the Chicagoland area (and beyond!) to bring nature into the classroom curriculum.


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WEB0525215/25/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productMindfulness in Nature … Online!
Brian Janson
75 minutes
CE: 1.25
Date: May 19, 2021
Webinar Recording

Do online interpretive programs leave you feeling… disconnected? Join us as we explore ways to use mindfulness techniques like journaling, drawing, and guided questioning to increase our audience’s emotional connection to our natural spaces, even during virtual programs.

Brian is an Environmental Educator who works for the BLM Campbell Creek Science Center in Anchorage, Alaska. He has worked in the field of EE and interpretation for over a dozen years. He is also a CIGT and is currently the treasurer of NAI’s Northwest Region.


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WEB0519215/19/2021 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productFrom Fungus Fair to Hummingbird Week: Virtual Interp. Events
Panel Discussion
75 minutes
CE: 1.25
Date: April 12, 2021
Webinar Recording

Interested in moving beyond virtual programming to a full-fledged festival online? Come hear from innovative interpreters from two park agencies on how they did just that and reached thousands of visitors.

Panelists include staff from East Bay Regional Parks and Mecklenberg County Parks.


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