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Adherence to good organizational practices comes through education & self-regulation. The Guidelines & Principles provide tools for evaluating regulatory compliance.

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Strategic Relationships and Conversations

Join us for a three-part series offered in partnership with the New York Council of Nonprofits (NYCON). In this series, we will explore readiness, phased processes, negotiating tips and forms associated with shared services, mergers, affiliations, acquisitions and possibly even dignified dissolution.  Free for NAM members.

Part 1 - Friday, August 21, 2020 - https://www.nonprofitam.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1409456

Part 2 - Thursday, September 3, 2020 - https://www.nonprofitam.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1409481

Part 3 - Date TBD

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The Northwest Nebraska Trails Association formed in early 2017 when a group of outdoor recreationists saw the need for a local organization to support the development, promotion and maintenance of the region’s outstanding trails resources for non-motorized exploration.

The group wasted no time getting to work, collaborating with Northwest Nebraska Tourism to develop a printed guide highlighting eight trail complexes in the region. Members also began a series of volunteer workdays to assist land management agencies in maintaining and improving select trails in the region, including preparation of single-tracks in the Nebraska National Forest for running and cycling events.

One of the group’s major objectives is completing the section of the Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail from Chadron to Hay Springs, allowing for an uninterrupted route to Gordon on the smooth grade since abandoned by an historic railroad. Members also envision a trail suitable for all users linking the Heritage Trail at Chadron State College to Chadron State Park, eventually joining premier tourist attractions in Dawes and Sheridan counties for non-motorized travelers.

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2 Day Webinar Series: Quickbooks Settings and Reporting Features for Online Users

Member Benefits Orientation and Networking (Online)

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Happy Hours

Partner Webinar: Ensuring Work From Home Guidelines Focus on Equity & Fairness

Strategic Relationships & Conversations Part 1 of 3

DIY Video Class for Your Giving Day Social Media Posts (online)

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