Endangered Species Act: A Practical Primer (ESA)
for Decision Makers, Biologists and Staff Specialists
Explain policy, legal and administrative aspects of managing
threatened, endangered and sensitive species.
Designed for Decision Makers, biologists and staff specialists. Focus on provisions of ESA and other laws governing species management, agency policies, procedures, and taking action to prevent listings. Review of law and agency policy relating to the management of threatened, endangered, and sensitive species. Particular attention will be paid to building appropriate administrative records of decisions, and the roles of all the players. Discuss obligations for consultation and recovery under the ESA. Interactive lectures, roundtable discussions, exercises, a field trip, and panels are used to facilitate learning. Challenging case studies are used to explore managing TES species across landscapes and jurisdictions in an effort to develop best management practices.
Date: May 4 - 7, 2015 (FY15)
Location: Lexington, Kentucky
Lodging: See vendor's website for current details
Tuition: $1,095 (does NOT include meals and lodging).
Registration Status: Register now for FY15 (2015)
Forest Service/USDA: You must REGISTER in AgLearn and fill out the SF182. Registering and filling out the SF182 are 2 different actions. Filling out the SF182 does NOT automatically register you for training. It also does NOT pay your tuition. AgLearn isn't that sophiticated yet. The instructions on this "Registering in AgLearn" page will walk you through both processes.
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AgLearn Keywords: wo, 2600, endangered, species, act, line
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Dropping from the Workshop:
Tuition is low for this workshop consequently there is not much
leeway on letting people drop. If you are registered, check with
us first, just in case we have a waiting list. If there is not
a waiting list, you will need to find a substitute or pay fixed
costs. The budget has been set and spent based on your current
confirmation. Thank you for your understanding and consideration.
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First contact: Linda D'Agostino Long
Linda D'Agostino Long
Janice Weis, J.D.
Associate Dean and Director
Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program, Lewis & Clark Law School
Environmental and Natural Resources Law
Northwestern School of Law
Lewis and Clark College
10015 SW Terwilliger Boulevard
Portland OR 97219-7899