Greenbelt Alliance: Planning for Change, Online Communication Tools for Advocates

From Greenbelt Alliance:

Our fourth installment in the Planning for Change series features our workshop — Online Communication Tools for Advocates. The workshop will be led by Sara Barz, the online communications manager for the Greenbelt Alliance. She will discuss tools to help deliver our message effectively online.

Topics will include:

  • Effective social media management
  • How to use email campaigns efficiently
  • Blogging and creating an online presence

No prior experience is necessary. Please attend and learn more about these new advocacy tools. Develop new skills yourself!

RSVP here.

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

Greenbelt Alliance: Planning for Change, Speaking with Authority

|
From Greenbelt Alliance: Join Greenbelt Alliance and local host, the Mountain View Coalition for Sustainable Planning, for Speaking with Authority, the third workshop in thePlanning for Change advocate training series. For the Speaking with Authority training, Greenbelt Alliance Communication Director Jennifer Gennari will be teaching advocates how to communicate effectively with elected officials. We’ll be going over things like: how to have a […]

Greenbelt Alliance: Greenbelt Mapper Webinar

|
From Greenbelt Alliance: Have you ever wondered why a certain piece of land has never been developed, or perhaps who is planning on building on it? Or what lands are necessary for clean drinking water, local food, or wildlife? Perhaps you’d like to know a city’s plan for developing beyond its urban footprint? Well now the […]

Thursday Job Market

|
Looking to hire a smart, qualified person for a position in transportation planning, engineering, IT, or advocacy? Post a listing on the Streetsblog Jobs Board and reach our national audience of dedicated readers. We’re giving employers free listings, normally a $50 value, through the end of the summer. Looking for a job? Here are this […]

SPUR Citizen Planning Institute Series: Fourth Session

|
Session Four: Challenges of Placemaking "The Bay Area’s population is growing. How do we grow sustainably? In this session, we will develop an understanding of Greenbelt Alliance’s groundbreaking Grow Smart Bay Area research, which shows that our region has plenty of room to accommodate projected new jobs and housing in climate-friendly walkable neighborhoods in our […]

Living Near Transit: TOD 201

|
From Greenbelt Alliance: Santa Rosa has a great opportunity to create a complete and environmentally sustainable neighborhood near the North Santa Rosa SMART station. City staff and leaders are planning what will go where. Join us on June 15 for “Living Near Transit: TOD 201.” Last summer, we visited transit-oriented development in the East Bay […]