People must feel before they will act, and feelings come from understanding how the facts align with core values.
Create and push content through e-news campaigns. Develop themed newsletters to reach key constituents, metrics to assess interest, and tests to increase effectiveness. Use regular scheduling combined with flexible timing. Share stories of success. Partner recognition, data and project highlights, special broadcasts, press releases, and personal calls to action serve a variety of audiences for a variety of purposes. Support webinar presentations and virtual meetings.
See the Wetland Reserve Easement program outreach factsheet for landowners.
Design and manage turnkey websites with out-of-the-box content management systems or using existing systems. Create an online public and professional "business card" that is beautiful, well-organized, and mobile-friendly. Include consideration of mission, layout, photography, news items, key publications and studies, project databases, group forums, blogs, social media, and event calendars. Collaborate with technical teams to integrate online tools.
See the Tennessee State Wildlife Action Plan website
Create and/or co-write content that is compelling, interesting, concise. Build your e-news list. Celebrate success and tell stories. Interview key people to highlight their successes and impact.
Read why wildlife pathogens are on the rise in Tennessee and across the U.S., and what conservationists can do about it.
Get a breakdown of technical science presentations made at the Gulf Coast Prairie Landscape Conservation Cooperative steering committee meeting for the big picture of Bobwhite conservation: Northern Bobwhite: A Large Landscape Species?
Read Gregg's blog post about a new way of thinking concerning landscape conservation design: Adding New Players to Score Success in Landscape Scale Conservation
Read how the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership's aquatic connectivity program works: An Aquatic Connectivity Assessment that Includes Culverts
Create, Schedule, and Manage Social Media
View the Tennessee Watchable Wildlife page on Facebook
View the Partners for Conservation page on Facebook
View K Gregg Elliott’s professional feed on LinkedIn