Today was the last of the Partnership Guidance Workshops that California Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) scheduled back in early February. The workshops were meant to present a “How To” explanation and pathway for all parties interested in forming partnerships for operating a state park.
Some CSPF folks were able to attend the workshops and they seemed to be very helpful and informative. DPR has really created a careful road map for what it is looking for in its new park partners. In addition, DPR has organized the inevitable complexities of operating parks into a clear, manageable form.
If you are working on a partnership proposal for DPR, and haven’t been able to get to a workshop, take a look at the workbook and the FAQs available on DPR’s website.
Did you or someone from your organization attend a workshop? What did you think?