We regularly sponsor training courses to provide instruction on how to design and implement a monitoring program, collect monitoring data, and analyze those data.
Terrestrial trainings are four days long and for both project leads and field crew members. Aquatic trainings are two weeks long, with the first week being for project leads and field crews and the second week intended specifically for field crew members.
Upcoming Terrestrial AIM Core Methods Trainings (2019)
- Barstow, California from 03/5/2019 to 03/8/2019
- Boise, Idaho from 04/15/2019 to 04/18/2019
- Pocatello, Idaho from 04/22/2019 to 4/25/2019
- Prineville, Oregon from 04/23/2019 to 04/26/2019
- Cedar City, Utah from 04/30/2019 to 05/03/2019
- Reno, Nevada from 4/29/2019 to 05/02/2019
- Billings, Montana from 05/07/2019 to 05/10/2019
- Lander, Wyoming 05/13/2019 to 05/16/2019
- Grand Junction, Colorado from 05/14/2019 to 05/17/2019
- Las Cruces, New Mexico from 07/22/2019 to 07/25/2019
To register for any of the Terrestrial AIM Core Methods trainings, visit the BLM’s National Training Center on DOI Talent and search for Course Code 1730-38.
Upcoming Interpreting and Measuring Indicators of Rangeland Health (2019)
- April 9-12, 2019– Las Cruces, New Mexico (ARS Jornada Experimental Range).]
- May 7-10, 2019 — Winnemucca, Nevada.
- May 21-24, 2019– Prineville, Oregon
To register for any of the Interpreting and Measuring Indicators of Rangeland Health trainings, visit the BLM’s National Training Center on DOI Talent.
If you have additional questions or want to request a webinar course, please contact Sarah McCord (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Lauren Price (email@example.com).