ICMA to Hold Webcast on Collaborative Problem Solving
The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) will conduct a webcast called "Collaborative Problem Solving and Consensus Building: Effective Approaches for Watershed Protection and Restoration," on April 21, 2004. The webcast will feature Tanya Denckla, Senior Associate, Institute for Environmental Negotiation, University of Virginia, who will provide an introduction to consensus building techniques, and watershed organization and local government representatives who will provide case studies demonstrating improved watershed management through collaborative problem solving and consensus building. The cost of the webcast is $125 per site. www.lgean.org/html/webcast/ or 877-865-4326.