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Park Profiles: Resource Management
 
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So you want to be a Park Ranger? Environmental Protection Specialist Christina Kriedeman describes how she works to protect natural resources and what inspires her to work in a national park.
Views: 851 Kenai Fjords NPS
UW Outdoor Recreation & Tourism Management Degree
 
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The University of Wyoming's newest degree program is aimed at expanding and diversifying Wyoming’s economy, retaining enterprising graduates in the state and recruiting highly qualified students. Students in the program will take a core curriculum that includes courses in business fundamentals, recreation and tourism, environment and natural resources, and social science. They then will choose an area of concentration from one of five different options: business and hospitality management; management of recreation resources; cultural and international tourism; outdoor recreation leadership; and creative studies in recreation and tourism. Each student also will participate in a “professional semester,” in addition to an internship, to gain intensive experience with a Wyoming business or agency. Graduates will be well prepared for jobs in Wyoming’s extensive tourism industry -- the state’s second largest economic sector -- as well as in government agencies involved in recreation, tourism and natural resource management. For more information, visit http://www.uwyo.edu/haub/academics/undergraduate-students/bs-in-ortm.html.
Views: 1137 University of Wyoming
Recreation Management
 
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The Recreation Management program develops competencies in technical, problem-solving, human relations and management skills that are needed for employment. The Activity/Fitness Emphasis area develops an ability to plan, implement and evaluate recreation programs. Students may serve as center directors; pool directors; hotel, resort or cruise ship social directors; YMCA/YWCA program leaders; and health club staff. Job opportunities exist in recreation and sports centers, aquatic facilities, theme parks, resorts, community centers, senior centers, parks, campgrounds and other recreational venues. Graduates of this program typically earn $22,000 to $32,000 per year. The Facility Operations Emphasis area develops an ability to plan, maintain, develop, operate and protect natural and man-made resource areas, facilities and equipment, and to develop activity programming. Students may serve as park rangers, building and grounds supervisors, park resource assistants, and park recreation specialists. Job opportunities also exist in campgrounds, sports centers, golf courses, ski areas and the Department of Natural Resources. Graduates of this program typically earn $24,000 to $40,000 per year. Recreation Management program credits transfer to George Williams College, Aurora University for the Recreation Management degree. Learn more at http://madisoncollege.edu/program-info/recreation-management Video provided by WTCS: http://www.witechcolleges.org
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Accela Engage 2014 – Tim Keough, General Manager, Accela Recreation and Resource Management
 
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Tim Keough introduces Accela Recreation and Resource Management, a complete solution that enables the public to easily access and reserve parks, forests and campgrounds, participate in activities and register for permits and licenses. For more information visit: http://www.accela.com/solutions/recreation-resource-management Please note: The forward looking statements contained in this presentation and documentation represent an outline of our intended production direction and roadmap. This material is provided for informational purposes only and does not represent a commitment to delivery new (or enhanced) products or functionality and does not assure that we will ultimately pursue the direction/roadmap described herein. Circumstances can occur which may impact the current plan and result in future changes to these materials and our roadmap. The information and materials provided are current only as of the date of presentation and should not be relied upon to make any decisions. The development of any feature, functionality or enhancements and the overall future development of our product(s) remain at Accela’s sole discretion.
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Sport & Recreation Management overview - University of South Australia
 
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Gain practical experience and industry exposure. If you like the idea of working for a sporting organisation, club or recreation facility, then why not study a Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management? Our program will introduce you to the business of sport and recreation. You will study areas such as sport, event and leisure management, recreation and event programming. You will undertake two industry placements as a part of the program, helping you to build networks within the industry. You can elect to take placements locally, interstate or overseas. Past students have worked with well-known organisations and many have been offered employment at the end of their placements.
Juniper Springs Canoe Training by RRM
 
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Recreation Resource Management's canoe training video will give you a good idea on what to expect when arriving at the run as well as the best practices to use when maneuvering through the terrain. We hope you enjoy your visit! https://camprrm.com/parks/juniper-springs-recreation-area/ Please note that the run conditions vary on almost daily basis due to weather and nature's forces, hence please see an employee at Juniper Springs to get info on the conditions of the run on the day of your visit.
Resource Management Short Film
 
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This is a short documentary on the Science and Resource Management division of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
Views: 4921 GlenCanyonNRA
The Venus Project And The Resource-Based Economy | Answers With Joe
 
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Signup for your FREE trial to The Great Courses Plus here: http://ow.ly/6Xhe30gnLWc Jacques Fresco started The Venus Project as a way to spread the word about the Resource Based Economy, an idea for a society beyond money. But is it feasible? And how would it work? Support me on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/answerswithjoe Follow me at all my places! Instagram: https://instagram.com/answerswithjoe Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/answerswithjoe Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/answerswithjoe Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/answerswithjoe The Great Courses Plus is currently available to watch through a web browser to almost anyone in the world and optimized for the US market. The Great Courses Plus is currently working to both optimize the product globally and accept credit card payments globally. ================== The Venus Project home page: https://www.thevenusproject.com Future by Design: https://youtu.be/I1IXWnS6vwk The Choice Is Ours: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yb5ivvcTvRQ A more skeptical look: https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/The_Venus_Project About Sidewalk Lab's Smart City concept: https://www.wired.com/story/google-sidewalk-labs-toronto-quayside/ About Songdo and some of the issues they're having: http://www.lemonde.fr/smart-cities/article/2017/05/29/songdo-ghetto-for-the-affluent_5135650_4811534.html About Epcot: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EPCOT_(concept) The Disney Epcot Film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLCHg9mUBag Jacque Fresco's Death in the NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/24/us/jacque-fresco-futurist-who-envisioned-a-society-without-money-dies-at-101.html ================== Jacque Fresco was born in 1916 and spent his young adult life struggling through the Depression, which informed his ideas about the economy and society as he grew older. He was a self-taught designer and architect who championed pre-fabricated homes in the 50s and 60s but his real passion was the future. In 1969, he published a book called Looking Forward, which imagined a future society where technology has made it possible for everyone to have their needs met. He continued on this line of thinking for the rest of his life, eventually forming The Venus Project with Roxanne Meadows, advocating for a resource-based economy. And that social model is an entirely new economy that is not based on money, where automation and technology provides all our basic needs, nobody has to work, there’s no crime, no poverty, no waste, and it’s totally sustainable. The Venus Project’s plan for smart cities is to incorporate a circular design, with the central hub housing the core of the cybernated system that controls resource management, educational and healthcare facilities, and communications networks. Radiating out from there in all directions are concentric rings of buildings housing office space, institutions, and research laboratories. Surrounding that is a green belt providing recreation and parks, then a residential belt with pre-fabricated homes. From there, we find a band of apartment buildings and high-rises, again made from preformulated, modular pieces that also contain entertainment venues, theaters, and restaurants. Then an agricultural belt that grows all the food for the city along with hydroponic, aquaponic, and aeroponic facilities. A circular waterway surrounds the agricultural belt for irrigation, and last but not least, a second recreation belt with paths for walking and biking, golf courses, and outdoor activities. Anybody who’s been to Disney World in Florida or just watched the Disney Channel when they were kids knows about Epcot Center, but what you may not know was that the original plan for Epcot was something much, much more ambitious. Epcot stands for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. According to Disney’s vision, it would be an ever-evolving city designed to test the newest and greatest ideas in housing and urban planning. It would be connected by monorail to the theme park and would house the employees of the park. But Epcot is not alone. From Octagon City in 1850’s Kansas to England’s Ebenezer Howard and his radial Garden City at the turn of the century to Broadacre City, planned by none other than Frank Lloyd Wright, the circular, modular city of the future is something that always seems to be planned… but never executed. Earlier this year a company called Sidewalk Labs, a subsidiary of the Alphabet umbrella that includes Google, purchased 12 acres of waterfront property in Toronto, with the goal of testing out smart city designs and technology. Just last week, Bill Gates purchased land outside of Phoenix Arizona with the purpose of creating a smart city, though we don’t have any idea on designs for that yet. And in South Korea, a major smart city project called Songdo has been under construction for the last few years, but it seems to be short of reaching its goals and over budget. It’s supposed to be finished in 2020.
Views: 255220 Joe Scott
What is RECREATION ECOLOGY? What does RECREATION ECOLOGY mean? RECREATION ECOLOGY meaning
 
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What is RECREATION ECOLOGY? What does RECREATION ECOLOGY mean? RECREATION ECOLOGY meaning - RECREATION ECOLOGY definition - RECREATION ECOLOGY explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Recreation ecology is the scientific study of environmental impacts resulting from recreational activity in protected natural areas. This field of study includes research and monitoring assessments of biophysical changes, analyses to identify causal and influential factors or support carrying capacity planning and management, and investigations of the efficacy of educational, regulatory, and site management actions designed to minimize recreation impacts. While studies of human trampling can be traced back to the late 1920s, a substantial body of recreation ecology literature did not accumulate until the 1970s when visitation to the outdoors soared, threatening the ecology of natural and semi-natural areas. Resource elements examined include soil, vegetation, water, and more recently, wildlife and microbes, with the majority of investigations conducted on trails, recreation sites, and campsites. Use-impact relationships, environmental resistance and resilience, management effectiveness, monitoring techniques, and carrying capacity are some of the major themes in recreation ecology. Study results have been applied to inform site and visitor management decisions and to provide scientific inputo to management planning frameworks such as: Limits of Acceptable Change (LAC) and Visitor Experience and Resource Protection (VERP)- Recent growth of ecotourism has prompted a new batch of recreation ecology studies focusing on developing countries where ecotourism is aggressively promoted. There is an increasing concern that ecotourism is not inherently sustainable and, if unchecked, would generate substantial impacts to ecotourism destinations which are often fragile ecosystems.
Views: 40 The Audiopedia
Facilities Resource Management
 
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Welcome to Facilities Resource Management, one of the UK's leading facilities and security management companies
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How to Become a Water Resources Engineer
 
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Aaron Sutherlin shows you what it's like to be a Water Resource Manager, why he loves his job and what steps you need to take if you would like to be a Water Resource Manager too!
Views: 3240 CareerSighted
Applying the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum and Limits of Acceptable Change- 1/16/2013
 
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Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department's RJ Cardin, Jenn Waller, and Leigh Johnson speak on Maricopa County's experience in adaptively applying two key land management frameworks-- the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) and Limits of Acceptable Change (LAC)-- in one of the nation's largest regional parks systems.
Human Resource Management Simulation Guide
 
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Welcome to the world Human Resource Management at Three Rivers Park District. The capstone of your learning experience will be the development of a simulation portfolio, containing milestones of professional work product in talent management, training and development, and performance management.
Views: 1175 Gregg Learning
What Is Recreation And Leisure Activities?
 
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WVU Recreation, Parks and Tourism Resources
 
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The mountains, forests, and streams of the Central Appalachian highlands provide a rich living laboratory for our teaching, service, and research programs. The Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Resources major prepares undergraduate students for careers providing outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities for a wide range of public, commercial, and non-profit agencies. This is a natural resource management degree program, emphasizing the ecological, economic, and social aspects of managing outdoor recreation and tourism resources. Our graduate program focuses on human dimensions of recreation, tourism and natural resources. We include a diverse group of publics in our training, research, and technical assistance programs such as policy-makers, tourists, communities, resource managers, entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and private landowners. We aim to understand how human and organizational values, perceptions, attitudes, and behavior shape and are shaped by recreation, tourism, and natural resource management systems. Learn more about the Recreation, Parks and Tourism Resources degree programs at West Virginia University: http://recreation.wvu.edu/ WVU Admiisions: http://admissions.wvu.edu/ WVU Graduate Admissions:http://grad.wvu.edu/ Video from 2010
Views: 511 WVU Forestry
Coordinated Resource Management Plan
 
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The Hereford Natural Resource Conservation District, Cochise County, Arizona, is sponsoring brush control projects. One step in the process is to prepared a Coordinated Resource Management Plan (CRMP) which helps coordinate private land practises with state and federally leased lands requirements. This video introduces the rancher to the process.
Views: 90 HerefordNRCD
Forest Fact Break: Forest Management video
 
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This 2-minute video answers the question: "What the heck is forest management?" Oregon forests are managed for a wide range of values: wood products, wildlife habitat, recreation, you name it. Strong Oregon laws and sustainable forestry allows us to balance the environmental, social and economic needs of our state. This is part of a series created by Jordan Benner of the Oregon Forest Resources Institute.
Views: 13771 oregonforests
Manzanita Campground - RRM
 
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Manzanita Campground is a small, year-round, tent-only facility with campsites that fill up very quickly. Visitors enjoy the campground for its fishing and swimming holes along Oak Creek, beautiful scenery and excellent wildlife watching. Oak Creek Canyon is very crowded, especially on weekends; to get a campsite, it is best to reserve a weekday.
Shutdown Politics Closes Privately Funded Parks
 
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"All of us in the concession community feel like we're the victim of pretty high-stakes politics," says Eric Mart, founder and president of California Land Management Services Corporation, a private company that operates several hundred campground facilities, including some on land supervised by the U.S. Forest Service. After the start of the federal shutdown, Mart received direction from the Forest Service to close down operations in their parks. This action left Mart and other private land-management companies confused and frustrated. His operations don't require any federal money to be spent and Forest Service lands aren't staffed by federal workers the way that national parks are. In fact, Mart's company and similar public-private partnerships actually pay the government a percentage of the revenue they raise from campsite and other fees. "We are a tenant of the U.S. Forest Service," wrote Warren Meyer, who owns Phoenix-based Recreation Resource Management "A tenant does not have to close his business just because his landlord goes on a vacation." About 3:30 minutes. Produced by Sharif Matar. Go to reason.com for full text, links, and downloadable versions and subscribe to ReasonTV to get automatic notifications when new videos go live.
Views: 6435 ReasonTV
Corps of Engineers - Exciting Careers in Natural Resources Management - Part 1: On the Job
 
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Corps of Engineers - Careers in Natural Resources Management - On the Job. Part 1 of a series on careers with the Corps of Engineers in natural resources management.
Natural Resource Management at Texas Tech University
 
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This video explains the 1401 NRM class held at Texas Tech University.
Views: 89 Erin Murray
Clemson University Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
 
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A video overview from the Clemson University College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management.
Sustainable River Recreation Management: Benefits, Steps, Funding
 
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Rivers are resilient but like any natural resource, they have a tipping point. River recreation management plans help to strike a balance between encouraging recreation and protecting our most valuable natural resources. Based on two recent reports from American Rivers, this webinar will discuss the framework for creating an effective river recreation management plan that has strong community support. Tune in and learn: -How communities benefit from sustainable river recreation plans -Key steps for creating a sustainable river recreation plan -Funding sources to support a sustainable river recreation plan
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Kellie Walters, Clemson 3-Minute Thesis 2015; Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management
 
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1st place: Impact of a novel after school program: Smart Fit Girls Clemson's graduate program in PRTM: http://www.clemson.edu/hehd/departments/prtm/academics/graduate/index.html Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland which challenges graduate students to present a compelling oration on their research and its significance, in just 3 minutes, in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.
Views: 228 Clemson GradSchool
Bachelor of Recreation Management Program - Courtney Cohen
 
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Courtney Cohen's testimonial regarding her experience of the Bachelor of Recreation Management Program at Langara College.
Views: 143 Recreation Studies
Natural Resource Management Degree @ Colorado Mountain College
 
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Natural Resource Management degree student Tor Parker tells about his internship in the forests surrounding Colorado Mountain College in Leadville, Colorado. http://www.coloradomtn.edu/web/academics/programs/natural_resource_management
Natural Resource Graduate Studies Bighorn Sheep
 
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Women find great outdoor careers through the Natural Resource Management degree program at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville, Colorado. Graduate Jackie Kniss works for the Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife, studying bighorn sheep and lamb survival rates in the Arkansas River Valley.
Castle Rock Parks and Recreation
 
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The National Recreation and Park Association's National Gold Medal Award celebrates communities throughout the United States that demonstrate excellence in long-range planning, resource management and innovative approaches to delivering superb park and recreation services with fiscally sound business practices. The Town of Castle Rock was selected as a finalist in the Class IV (population 30,001 - 75,000) category. The Town, along with three other Class IV finalists, must develop and share a short video that helps support the information provided in the National Gold Medal Award application. Take a moment to view the things that make Castle Rock Parks and Recreation unique and outstanding!
Views: 927 Town of Castle Rock
A day in the life of a BCIT Human Resource Management AP student
 
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Life at BCIT blogger, Megan Lui takes us with her on her day at BCIT. Green Monday by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
University of Hawaii at Manoa's Natural Resources and Environmental Management Program
 
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Our department's focus is preparing students to be natural resources managers and professionals, with emphases upon: - understanding the biophysical aspects of natural resources within a tropical island context - using the latest information, tools, and models to effectively manage these resources - discovering the real economic value of these resources and evaluating the costs and benefits of different management options - working with the community and stakeholders to implement practical solutions to their resource management challenges and concerns. Find out more: http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/site/ProgramNREM.aspx
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Aquatic Resource Management: PA Fish and Boat Commission
 
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Since 1866, the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC) has been both protecting the Commonwealth’s aquatic resources and providing recreational fishing and opportunities throughout the state. This video provides a concise overview of the fishing and boating opportunities available in Pennsylvania and are provided by the PFBC. In addition, the full version of the video covers the Commission’s role in aquatic resource management and concludes with an invitational message from PFBC’s executive director. In the event that the video is further distributed or embedded into other organizations’ websites or social media, the PFBC requests that the lead paragraph description from this web page and the following credit line be used. For redistribution, the credit line for posting: PA Fish & Boat Commission/www.GoneFishingPa.com. For referral, the landing web page for this group of video presentations is: http://fishandboat.com/videos/FishBoatOpportunities.htm
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Grasshopper Point
 
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Grasshopper Point picnic area is a favorite swimming area and has access to great hiking trails.Grasshopper Point is located in Oak Creek Canyon 2 miles north of Sedona, Az. This swimming area is situated under canyon walls and has deep water for water recreation. Allen's Bend trail starts from the picnic area and runs parallel to the creek. Casner Trail starts at the end of Allen's Bend trail and has great views. Swimming, hiking, fishing and picnicking are favorite activities at Grasshopper Point.
In the Field: Natural Resource Specialist
 
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Todd Allai, Natural Resource Specialist for the Vale District BLM, talks about his work in monitoring the Willow Creek area in Southeastern Oregon. More info on the Vale district: http://www.blm.gov/or/districts/vale/index.php Video by Larry Moore, BLM communications
Views: 993 BLMOREGON
Income on the Road - Popular Work Camping Jobs
 
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Maintaining an income on the road is essential for many nomads. This video, which is part of my series on Income on the Road, I explore several of the most popular work camping jobs for nomads. While this content has also been covered in other videos and articles, I decided to also cover it to make the series as complete as possible. Thanks for watching! I hope you enjoy this video. LINKS Amazon CamperForce - http://www.amazondelivers.jobs/about/camperforce/ Sugar Beet Harvest - http://sugarbeetharvest.com/ American Land & Leisure - http://www.americanll.com/current-job-openings/ Recreation Resource Management of America - http://www.rrmofa.com/Employment.asp Quartzsite Sports, Vacation, & RV Show (Big Tent) - http://www.quartzsitervshow.com/ CAMERA GEAR Canon EOS Rebel SL1 Digital SLR - http://amzn.to/2yD4CTd GoPro Hero Black - http://amzn.to/2wS5cKF Apple iPhone 6s Plus - http://amzn.to/2wOHHHn Canon Vixia HF R700 Camcorder - http://amzn.to/2yDwdUa Canon Vixia HF R600 Camcorder (Discontinued by Canon) Manfrotto Compact Advanced Tripod - http://amzn.to/2h81DuK MY BOOKS - Car Living - http://robertwitham.com/books/car-living/ - Minimalism - http://robertwitham.com/books/minimalism/ CONTACT You can contact me through social media or email. Please note, however, that as this channel is growing, the volume of email that I receive is also increasing. While I do read all email, I may not be able to respond to each person individually. Website - http://robertwitham.com Facebook - http://fb.me/wanderingminimalist Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/robertwitham/ Email - [email protected] AMAZON STORE You can help to support this channel by purchasing any products from Amazon using my affiliate link. The Amazon Affiliate program is an interesting system because it allows affiliates (like me) to earn a small commission for any customers that we refer to Amazon, but the customers do not pay any more for their purchases. This allows viewers or readers to help support content creators without incurring any extra expense. Thank you for your support of this channel! Any money that I earn from this channel, whether from advertising or Amazon Affiliate sales, allows me to focus more on creating content here and less on other freelance work. Amazon Affiliate Link - http://amzn.to/2kKWCv1
Views: 2258 Robert Witham
Sport and Recreation Management - Open Day 2011 - University of South Australia
 
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Gain practical experience and industry exposure. If you like the idea of working for a sporting organisation, club or recreation facility, then why not study a Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Management? Our program will introduce you to the business of sport and recreation. You will study areas such as sport, event and leisure management, recreation and event programming. You will undertake two industry placements as a part of the program, helping you to build networks within the industry. You can elect to take placements locally, interstate or overseas. Past students have worked with well-known organisations and many have been offered employment at the end of their placements.
Managing Natural & Cultural Resources
 
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Join us on a journey to Gettysburg National Military Park, a place where the National Park Service works hard to preserve our national cultural heritage. See the historic battlefields with their natural and cultural features and listen to why it is so important to protect them for future generations.
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Canton Leisure Services Gold Medal Video Part 2
 
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Canton Leisure Services is the 2008 winner of the National Recreation and Parks Association Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management. The most prestigious award of its kind, the Gold Medal Award honors communities throughout the U.S. that demonstrate excellence in long-range planning, fiscal resource management, citizen support systems, environmental stewardship, preservation, technological integration, program planning and assessment, professional development, and agency recognition.
Human Resources Co-op Student Reaches Career Success at Centennial College
 
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Learn how Hina Tariq found career success through the Centennial College Business Administration – Human Resources Co-op program. Check out our Co-op Programs ▶ http://centenni.al/coop Learn more about our Business Administration – Human Resources Co-op program ▶ http://centenni.al/3gEUZW Book a campus tour ▶ http://centenni.al/CampusTour
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Natural Resources & Built Environment Programs
 
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If you want to play a key role in managing our natural environment or shaping our built environment, Saskatchewan Polytechnic can help. The Natural Resources and Built Environment programs will prepare you for such careers as forestry technicians, environmental protection officers, water resource managers, geographic information science (GIS) specialists, engineering technologists and more. Find out more at https://saskpolytech.ca/about/school-of-natural-resources-and-built-environment/index.aspx Want to stay in the loop? Follow us on: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/saskpolytech Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saskpolytech Twitter: https://twitter.com/saskpolytech Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saskpolytech LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/school/saskpolytech
Abiquiu Dam: Natural Resource Management
 
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Part 4 of 6 in a series of short videos highlighting Albuquerque District's Abiquiu Dam. A park ranger talks about invasive species, fish and other wildlife in the lake, and what makes for a good day's work.
Views: 608 CORPSCONNECTION
What is DNR property planning? Facebook Live session with Diane Brusoe
 
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Master planning helps us shape resource and recreation management in Wisconsin! We want your feedback. Here's Diane Brusoe with helpful info about how you can get involved. Learn more here: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/lands/masterplanning/
Views: 135 WIDNRTV
Rawhide Ranch for E106 Basic Fishing Techniques
 
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I am a student at Indiana University majoring in Outdoor Recreation and Resource Management with minors in Ecotourism and Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. Eventually I would like to own an outdoor family resort, so I researched Rawhide Ranch in Nashville, Indiana, for my fishing class. Sources: Derek Clifford, Ranch Manager (interview) http://rawhideranchusa.com/ http://www.state.in.us/dnr/ Roger Kugler (class powerpoints) Rawhide Ranch does not endorse this video.
Views: 4008 Daniel Fickenscher
Katie Heckman
 
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Katie Heckman graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Recreation Management degree. Here Katie tells us about her Acadia story and what she found when she came east for university.
Views: 2050 AcadiaWebmaster
Value of the River - Flood Control, Irrigation, Navigation & Recreation
 
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The Columbia River is a tremendous resource for the region. Important fish species such as salmon, steelhead and sturgeon make it their home. The river provides a vital transportation corridor for ships that carry cargo to and from inland ports. Irrigators draw its water to turn former desert into fertile croplands. And it's a world-class recreational area enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. These many uses can compete, which makes coordination of river operations an important role for BPA and its fellow federal agencies -- the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Reclamation. Together, these agencies operate the Federal Columbia River Power System. Through a series of laws and agreements among many parties in the United States and with Canada (where the Columbia River originates), the river is operated as though run by a single entity. This ensures it is managed at maximum efficiency with minimum environmental impacts.
Views: 4928 BonnevillePower

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