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Colorado State University Wildlife Management Short Course Scheduled for March
Colorado State University?s (CSU) Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology will hold its annual Wildlife Management Short Course on the campus in Fort Collins, Colorado during the week of March 27 ? 31, 2017. This popular course was developed for laypersons and agency personnel with non-wildlife training. A number of agencies have sent administrators, commissioners, planners, information and environmental education personnel, legislators, and other staff to this course to obtain a broad exposure to wildlife conservation and management issues. Non-profit conservation organizations have also sent staff members.
This five-day short course is designed to provide an overview of principles of wildlife (including fisheries) ecology and management. Current programs and issues related to natural resources conservation will also be discussed. The short course consists of presentations by CSU faculty and personnel from various agencies and organizations.
For more information about course content contact program coordinator, Paul Doherty (970-491-6597) or Dr. Kenneth Wilson (970-491-5020). Registration for the course can be completed online, early registration fees are $575 before March 10 increasing to $625 after this date. The short course is limited to 50 participants and academic credit is available to participants pending approval.