This article describes five workshops that addressed leadership development in Mississippi natural resource organizations. Natural resources organizations were defined as any group that provided educational opportunities or interacted in some way with nature, including forestry associations, master urban foresters, and wildlife organizations. Discussions and a post-workshop evaluation gathered information on satisfaction with the program as well as strengths, needs, and opportunities for the organizations. Overall, participants were very satisfied with the program, and follow-up inquiries revealed behavioral changes. This workshop can serve as a model for addressing leadership and organizational issues in natural resource resident groups and in communities.
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Gordon, J. S., Carter, R., & Bland, R. (2013). Leadership and Engagement for Natural Resource Organizations: A Case Study in Mississippi. The Journal of Extension, 51(3), Article 24. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss3/24