> Feb. 10-- Farming and Soil Conservation: Funding for Best Practices Workshop. Grant funding is available to install conservation practices that reduce soil erosion and protect water quality in Kaneohe Bay. Farmers and ranchers in the Kaalaea and Waiahole Watersheds can be reimbursed up to 67% of the cost to install these practices. Participants in O'ahu Resource Conservation & Development Council's free workshop in Kaneohe will learn about current projects, talk story with other farmers, and receive assistance with their applications. Click here to register.
> Feb. 14-Mar. 21-- A Foundational Understanding of Nonprofit Finance: Webinar Series presented by the Nonprofit Finance Fund. To set context, this series first explains the counter intuitive, upside-down financial system in which nonprofits operate, and then offers a crash course in reading nonprofit financial statements. Building off these key concepts, participants then explore the most common nonprofit business choices and the way in which these choices should be managed across leadership roles within the organization. Click here for more information and to register.
> Feb. 28-- Would you like a chance to hone your skills, work more closely with other service providers, and carve out some time to consider management issues that keep getting pushed aside by a relentless workload? The Weinberg Fellows Program is now recruiting for the 2017 class. Executive Directors of health and human-service nonprofits who meet the eligibility requirements are encouraged to complete the application form. The program is comprised of a series of three multiple-day gatherings. It features learning sessions that blend hands-on skills/experiences, practical information, inspirational speakers, and the chance to explore independent sector issues with peers who quickly become a support network of colleagues and friends. It could be the management enhancement program for you. To be considered, you must complete the initial application by February 28. Click here to learn more.