The workshop’s format is designed to encourage everyone to participate as well as provide opportunities for interaction with professional and community human-bear conflict specialists. Attendees leave with:
- A better understanding of the history, causes and current trends in human-bear conflicts
- New and proven methods of reducing human-bear conflicts
- Tools, techniques and tactics that work in the real world
Who should attend? Anyone involved with reducing human-bear conflicts on public lands, private lands and in communities, including field biologists and technicians, wildlife managers, conservation officers and community organizers.