• Partnerships and Community Outreach

Partnerships and Community Outreach provides tribal environmental professionals with tribal-specific tools and resources to engage their community and other stakeholders in the development and implementation of their tribal work plans. Registration for this online course is only $150. This course carries 0.5 continuing education units (CEUs) and requires approximately five hours of total learning time. CEUs are earned by completing the following course modules:

  • Importance of Partnerships and Outreach; Stakeholders; and Theories of Public Involvement / Participation
  • Public Participation
  • Developing Community Involvement Plans

After completing this module, participants will be able to:

  • Understand why community outreach is important to environmental management, and explain the value of both giving and getting information.
  • List methods and tools for community involvement, and determine which are appropriate in various situations.
  • List stakeholders who should be involved in a community outreach effort.
  • Develop a community involvement plan for a tribal environmental outreach process.


Sharon Hausam, PhD, AICP, Planning Program Manager, Pueblo of Laguna

Ondrea Barber, Former Director for the Gila River Indian Community’s Department of Environmental Quality and Manager for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community’s Environmental Protection & Natural Resources Division

This course will be offered again in Fall 2020. Contact professional@nau.edu with questions. 

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Partnerships and Community Outreach

  • Product Code: EM120
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  • $150.00

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