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7 Week Shorecombers Trash Blast Leader's Workshop
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Did you know that 17 billion pounds of plastic pollution flow into our ocean every year? It's easy to feel helpless and overwhelmed in the face of such a statistic. But once you understand what you can do to end ocean pollution--once you know how to create a viable plan that attracts both funders and volunteers--you will suddenly know in your bones that you can help turn things around.
When you know how to design a cleanup and protection plan tailored to the water, land and community in which you live, you have the best possible chance to make a lasting difference now and for generations to come.
PLEASE JOIN ME online for the 7 week Shorecombers Trash Blast Leaders Workshop that begins on March 6. Get started now with the coursework on Udemy.com.
This is only our fourth workshop and already our students have won grants totaling over $20,000.
This is the perfect way to get more trash out of your community, your waterways and off your shorelines. This is the perfect way to keep your trash out of our ocean.
Here's what to expect...
Shorecombers Trash Blast Leaders Workshop
Week One: 'Lead Your Community to a Positive Future' You'll learn how to lead people into inspired and positive conversations without getting bogged down or feeling overwhelmed. You'll want to talk to the people in your community and they will want to talk to you.
Week Two: 'Build Powerful Partnerships' You need funders, sponsors and volunteers but you also need technical and information partnerships. Learn how to grow your stakeholder partnerships with ease as you build your high performing team.
Week Three: 'Map Out Your Territory' You don't have to take on the entire community to make a big difference, but you do need to mark out your boundaries. Learn how to map out a territory that keeps trash out of the ocean and keeps you doing what you love to do.
Week Four: 'Survey the Trash' Pull on your citizen scientist lab coats and get into the field to know just how much trash you have. It may look like trash is everywhere, but you will learn to find the hot spots (critical areas) where much of the trash accumulates or originates streamlining your cleanup work.