Thanks for visiting our site. This webinar portal site is sponsored by the UW-Extension Regional Natural Resources Program. Our purpose is to provide you comprehensive access to registration and materials for upcoming webinars and materials. You can also find presentations, related links and recordings of previously-held webinars.
UW-Extension’s Regional Natural Resources Program includes a team of Natural Resource Educators located across the state. The educators provide local and statewide education, training, and technical support for environmental and natural resource issues. This portal will serve as a launching point for current and archived natural resource webinars.
Water Quality Trading & Adaptive Management Series
Note: You will need to register for each of the four webinars you are interested in attending. Click on the links below to see more detailed information and for the link to register.
Overview – December 17, 2013 (Webinar Complete-View Recording, View Slides)
Finding and Quantifying Credits – January 22, 2014 (Webinar Complete-View Recording, View Slides)
Developing a Plan – March 19, 2014
Implementing & Verifying Offsets – April 9, 2014
What Is a Webinar?
A webinar is a live internet presentation with a resource professional as a presenter. To take part in a webinar, you simply visit a specific web page that allows you to view, listen to, and interact with a live speaker. At this on-line meeting area you and other participants can view and hear the presentation and pose questions to the presenter by typing them into the “chat” feature or verbally when prompted.
To take part in a webinar, you will need a high speed internet connection (DSL/Cable recommended), an internet browser, and the ability to hear sound through computer speakers or headset. If you would like to participate in these events but don’t have the necessary equipment, you can most likely utilize the computers at your local library.