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Association of Nature Center Administrators

Cover of the journal: A group of children sits and looks at an adult in the middle of an open indoor space.   Text at top reads: "Directions — Journal of the Association of Nature Center Administrators // Winter 2022"  Text at bottom reads: "Innovation at Nature Centers / Director's Notes / Sustainable Construction / Pareidolia"
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How are nature centers innovating for a better world? Find out in the latest issue of Directions, the Association of Nature Center Administrators (ANCA) journal. This issue features stories and information about innovation at nature centers, sustainable construction, and more.

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Publication, Journal
Job

The Association of Nature Center Administrators (ANCA) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting best leadership and management practices for nature and environmental learning centers. ANCA seeks a full-time Membership & Programs Coordinator to support, develop, and implement strategies to cultivate the ANCA Membership and Business Partner Programs and to coordinate ANCA’s Programs and Events. ANCA is located in Logan, Utah. Remote candidates will be considered.

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Logan, UT
United States
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ANCA seeks a Member Coordinator to support, develop, and implement strategies to cultivate the ANCA Membership and Business Partner Programs. The ideal candidate must have the ability to work independently and collaboratively, juggle multiple priorities, and take initiative with minimal supervision. Part-time, up to 30 hours/week. Location: Northern Utah preferred but qualified candidates who can work remotely within the U.S. will be considered https://www.natctr.org/news/member-coordinator

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Logan, UT
United States
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The entrance to Anita Purves Nature Center, where solar panels sit atop the building.
Anita Purves Nature Center
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We can't wait to address climate change, writes Savannah Donovan from Anita Purves Nature Center. In her article, "The Time to Act Is Now," Donovan shares how the center's Park District has developed a plan on climate action and built networks to achieve that plan.

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Publication, Article/Report