The International Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas Seminar, offered in English and co-sponsored by Colorado State University’s Center for Protected Area Management and the U.S. Forest Service’s International Programs (USFS-IP), has trained cohorts of protected area, conservation, and tourism professionals each year since its first seminar in 2013. The seminar visits a wide arrange of protected areas across the western USA and provide ample opportunities for dialogue and discussion about challenges and opportunities regarding sustainable tourism development in and around protected areas. One of the seminar’s long-term goals is to create and promote a community of practice that serves its alumni well beyond the in-person seminar experience. Explore the seminar website here! If you have participated in the seminar, we invite you to engage with our extensive and diverse alumni professional network through the following ways:
Connect with other Alumni through our Official Alumni Facebook Group
Read news about the Center for Protected Area Management
Join the Center for Protected Area Management’s LinkedIn page
Be sure to submit your information so that others can connect with you: https://bit.ly/3r3qyl5
By doing so, you will help create a resource for all alumni from USFS-IP’s diverse seminar offering to connect with conservation professionals across the globe.