NRLI Class XVI (2016-2017) will commence in August 2016 and conclude in April 2017. Click here for more information on Class XVI, including a schedule and application instructions.
In Florida, time-consuming and expensive disputes often
emerge over issues such as endangered species, land use, coastal
and marine resources, and water quality and quantity. Effective
leadership in managing such issues requires a specialized set of
skills, tools, and strategies to build trust and promote
collaboration among competing interests.
In recognition of this need, the Florida Natural Resources Leadership Institute (NRLI) was founded in 1998. Its mission is to bring together professionals from sectors that impact or are impacted by natural resource issues and provide them with the training required to find inclusive solutions to seemingly intractable problems.
NRLI seeks to impact decision making in Florida by creating a network of professionals with members in every county and across all natural resource sectors who can effectively address natural resource issues through collaborative leadership and conflict management.
Click here to learn more about the institute.
Click here to read the NRLI EDIS document.