Spring Directions is Out!

Don't miss the Spring 2019 Issue of ANCA's quarterly publication, Directions, featuring news from the field including:

  • "Collectively, we should be so proud of all we have accomplished in the past year. We hope you feel that pride looking at this list, and that it also energizes you for the year to come."- From Glenna Holstein, Branch Manager- Menomonee Valley at the Urban Ecology Center & ANCA Board Member in Direction's Cover Story: Wow! Reflecting on ANCA's Collective 2018-2019 Accomplishments. 
  • "In addition to four strategies that were developed in 2018, we added a fifth, Identify ANCA's Role in Advocacy. New Action Plans include..."- From Jen Levy, Executive Director of ANCA in Direction's Director's Notes, page 2.
  • "Is power in the workplace good or bad? It can be both!"- From Corky McReynolds, PhD, CPF, Principal at LeadTeam, LLC in Direction's Service Review: The Good Side of Power, page 5.
  • "This also presents a great way to educate and engage the public. With help from local chefs, KNC has been providing culinary programs featuring Garlic mustard for the past 12 years – including plenty of delicious samples, of course!"- From Lisa Panich, Director of Communications at the Kalamazoo Nature Center in Direction's Service Review: Garlic Mustard- Educate and Engage!, page 8.
  • "Once I got going, I found that we could complete an unlimited number of projects during the course of our membership and that I could have 5 active projects at any given moment. The first project I started with was Board Recruitment Strategy. I posted on May 1st and by May 2nd I received interest from a promising professional."- From Peter Punzi, Executive Director at Tenafly Nature Center in Direction's From the Field: Pro Bono is Muy Bueno, page 10.

& more!

Access the issue here!