March 1-4, 2020

The Learning Landscapes K-12 Leadership Summit is a four-day leadership training and retreat bringing together the best practices, tools, resources, and practitioners in the field of land trust K-12 education. We invite you to visit the Upper Feather River Watershed and refine your skills and outdoor ed programming in a supportive environment with your national colleagues.

What should attendants expect? Four days of inspiration, rejuvenation, learning, collaboration and integration in a mountain environment in California’s Sierra Nevada. Nakoma Resort is our host and will provide options for double or single occupancy. Once your application is accepted you will be provided further information.

Who should attend? Anyone working for or with a land trust that delivers K-12 programming for schools and seeks to launch or elevate current programming to the highest standards. Additional member(s) of your team might include - local teacher, champion board member, ED, stewardship staff working with youth, other critical partner.

Teams are encouraged to apply however individuals will be considered/accepted. We are planning for 30 maximum participants or around 10 teams (another reason to register early!).

Other: Due to the generosity of our funder we are able to pay for all Summit expenses except for travel and some food. Once you arrive, we will have lodging and event activities covered. Please note that the recommended air travel destination is Reno, NV (RNO) with an hour drive to the site. Shuttle is available. San Francisco Bay Area airports are approximately 4-5 hours of drive time away (without traffic).

To support travel, Day 1 will begin at 4:00pm and Day 4 will conclude at 11:30 AM. 

Registration has closed. We look forward to this exciting event with teams from around the country! If you have already registered, stay tuned for more details emailed to you soon.




Rob Wade
Sunday, March 1, 2020