Dates: February 12th & 13th, 2020
Location: Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, 1500 Fairmont Road, Fairmont, MT (I-90, Exit 211, between Anaconda and Butte, MT)
Purpose: The 7th Annual High Divide Collaborative Workshop brings together people working on and concerned about land and communities across the region. The workshop framework encourages peer-to-peer communication and learning, and helps identify shared opportunities and challenges. This year we will look at wildfire on the landscape and living and working in a Wildland Urban Interface, as well as legislative and policy updates, and information on new conservation tools in the High Divide. The annual workshop is always a great chance to share, learn, and socialize. We hope you will join us!
Agenda: Click HERE.
RSVP/Register The workshop is open to the public and registration is free.
Lodging: Rooms are available at Fairmont Hot Springs by calling 406-797-3241. Ask for the “High Divide Collaborative” block to receive a reduced rate.
Feb 13-14 Community Catalyst Workshop: We are also excited to announce that immediately following the High Divide workshop, Future West will be offering a workshop on How to Become a Community Catalyst: Creating Place-Based Solutions to Community Challenges in the High Divide. Much of design for this workshop was based on feedback and ideas from the 2019 High Divide workshop in Idaho Falls. If you are interested in becoming more involved in your communities’ growth and development issues, please consider attending. This workshop will also be held at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, Feb 13th-14th, and will begin immediately after lunch on the 13th. Thanks to Future West for creating this opportunity. For more information and to register, contact Hannah Jaicks – Hannah@future-west.org