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Practical Options for a Web Site that Highlights Your Watershed Efforts

Aired: April 18, 2012 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm EDT

Whether you pay a professional or do it yourself, all watershed groups need a web presence. Web sites allow an organization to connect with interested stakeholders and provide a first contact for many others who do not yet know about your work. But developing a web site for a reasonable cost, that looks inviting and can be continuously updated, can be a daunting task. In this webinar, three Indiana watershed leaders will discuss how they developed and manage an effective web site:

  • Lyn Crighton, Tippecanoe Watershed Foundation, contracted with ThinkShout to develop a site that many have called "fabulous" http://www.tippecanoewatershed.org/)
  • Matt Meersman, Friends of the St. Joe River, uses Wild Apricot to combine web site functionality with a membership management system for their group (http://www.fotsjr.org/)
  • Brian Musser, Steuben County SWCD, built a highly functional web site in Site Builder that he updates himself (http://steubenswcd.org/)



presentation slides (pdf) - Crighton, Meersman, Musser

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