Kinship Conservation Workshop: South Africa. —Kevin McCann, 2017 Fellow

Regional Workshops

Targeting the early-career professional, regional workshops are designed to advance the development of market-based tools in areas of the world where there is an identified training need and such approaches remain underutilized.

Kinship Conservation Fellows has been developing and delivering training on market-based conservation since 2001. The Fellowship program has trained 282 conservationists around the world. With the expansion to include regional workshops, Kinship Conservation Fellows continues to deliver on one of its core strategies: to build the capacity of conservation practitioners by providing real, innovative tools to solve environmental challenges.

Regional workshops are open to early- to mid-career conservationists with at least three years of experience in natural resource management, preferably with some knowledge of incentive-based conservation tools.

Past workshops

Kinship Conservation Workshop: India

January 6-10, 2020

Discovery Village Resort - Nandi Hills (outside of Bangalore)

Kinship Conservation Workshop: Mexico

November 11-16, 2018

Hacienda Yabucu,
Merida, Mexico

Read about the workshop experience in Mexico.

Kinship Conservation Workshop: Kenya

July 15-20, 2018

Masai Lodge
Olekasasi Ongata Rongai, Nairobi

Read about the workshop experience in Kenya.

Kinship Conservation Workshop: India

February 18-23, 2018

Discovery Village Resort - Nandi Hills (outside of Bangalore)

Read about the workshop experience in India.

If you'd like information about future regional workshops, email info(at)kinshipfellows.org