Thank you so much for joining the 100 Women for the Wild! Our goal for this group is to engage more women in conservation science, raise funds for our on-the-ground conservation projects, and set aside money for scholarships in our Emerging Female Leader Fund.
But how? With your help!
We’ve put together this toolkit to help you get the most out of 100 Women for the Wild.
First things first, if you are on social media, be sure to join our secret Facebook group. Through this Facebook group, we can stay connected and continue to share ideas and opportunities.
Below are some other ways we can all work to grow the group and ensure that more women are able to engage in conservation science:
Attend or Host a 100 Women for the Wild Event
Do you have a group of friends who you think might be interested in joining the group? Why not host a party? We’ll provide the information, materials, and a staff member to answer questions if you provide the space and friends. Contact Tehri to set up your own event.
Attend a Rocky Mountain Wild Event
RMW hosts a variety of events that you can attend and invite your friends to! Check these scheduled events out if you have the time:
Promote Your Membership
Sample Facebook message:
I just joined the 100 Women for the Wild! I’m making a difference in gender disparity in the conservation sciences by raising funds for conservation projects, taking environmental action, and supporting an Emerging Female Leader Fund for internships for women in the sciences. It’s easy to be awesome! Join me. #100WfW
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Sample Twitter message:
I just joined #100WfW! Funding conservation projects & Emerging Female Leader Fund science internships. Join me!
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Download Resources to Share:
A Join Us 4-per-page handout to print out and share.
- RMW’s Environmental Action Weekly Round Up.
- The Social Seer’s US Senator Twitter Accounts for the 115th Congress.
- Twitter Government’s list of US House of Representatives Twitter Accounts for the 115th Congress.
- The Wilderness Society’s Activist Toolkit: Your guide to defending wildlands in the Trump era.
- Town Hall Project’s list of how to reach your representative in person, including town halls, office hours, ticketed events, TeleTown hall meetings, DC events, or coffee meetings.
- Endangered Species Coalition’s How to Advocate for Endangered Species toolbox.
- Endangered Species Coalition’s Letter-to-the-Editor assistance form.
- Indivisible Guide with resources for four tactics to pressure Congress to resist Trump: town halls, local public events, district office visits, and coordinated calls.
- AYNI Institute trainings, including Swarm (on decentralized organizations), the Long View (on identity & social formations before modern slavery & colonialism), and Movement Ecology (on collaboration across different theories of change).
- 350.org Resources for Organizers, including: actions, base-building, elicitive tools, media, organizing, strategy, team-building, training agendas