Hosted by the NHDES Watershed Assistance Section.
Designed for those working to protect or restore water resources in New Hampshire, this half day workshop will cover how social media platforms work for your organization to: increase visibility, build capacity, change behavior, and raise funds. Whether you are new to using social media to help you reach your watershed organization goals, or just want to check in on some of the latest tools or tips, this workshop will have something for you.
Registration: This free workshop has limited space so please register with Barbara McMillan at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-7889.
The workshop includes:
- Christine Halvorson, Halvorson New Media, LLC, will present on how to plan your social media program, which methods are more appropriate to reach your goals, how to package your message, how to address different audience types, and how much is enough (or too much).
- Jill Farrell, Community Impact Program Manager, Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership (PREP) will provide an overview of lessons learned with using Twitter and Facebook to assist communication efforts.
- Andrea LaMoreaux, Vice President, NH LAKES Association, will discuss what NH LAKES Association works on to accomplish with social media, some of their challenges and successes, and how knowing your audience can help.
Workshop Location: NH Fish and Game Department Offices, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH
An agenda will be out shortly.