Come to California’s Redwood Coast next July for CSF’s renowned international Economics Tools for Conservation course and become part of a global network of environmental leaders.

Conservation Strategy Fund is offering its annual international training course from July 15 – 26, 2019 at Humboldt State University (HSU) in northern California. CSF’s courses are regarded as the premier training events in applied economics for environmental professionals. We are proud to partner with the College of Extended Education and Global Engagement at HSU, a California State University known for outstanding programs in natural resource management and sciences, and leadership and innovation in sustainability.

The total cost of tuition, housing and meals for the two-week program is $5000 per participant. This fee covers the following:

Instruction by economic experts
CSF course facilitators and residential staff
All course materials and supplies
CSF online workspace with course lectures, exercises, case studies and reading
13 nights lodging in residential housing on the HSU campus
All meals and coffee breaks during course
Field trips
Travel health insurance, if not provided by employer
Membership in CSF’s global Alumni Network
Participants should also budget for the following expenses:

International and regional travel to and from San Francisco (a bus will be provided from San Francisco to Arcata and back)
U.S. B-1 visa fees
Accommodation before and after the course
Transportation and lunch during day off
Other incidentals
Accepted applicants are responsible for seeking their own funding from employers, government, sponsors or other sources to cover their course fees, travel, and other expenses.