Our Catalyst Workshops

Our Catalyst Workshops bring together filmmakers, social media managers, campaign strategists, and activists for an intensive 4-day collaborative retreat. With only 10-15 participants, each workshop is a unique capacity building & networking experience. Makers and sharers are paired with organizations on existing campaigns to create new media and strategies for significant change. These action-focused workshops act as an incubator for developing ideas, strategies and media for driving change in conservation. Participants will collaborate to develop a video project at a nature-focused retreat center while developing new connections and laying the groundwork for future projects.

Upcoming Workshops

TBD: Sign-Up Below for Announcements

Past Workshops

Oceans & Plastic - May 1 - 4, 2017

Islands & Climate - November 10 - 13, 2016

Healthy Oceans - September 29 - October 2, 2016

Renewable Energy Solutions - July 12 - 18, 2015

Healthy Oceans - July 5 - 11, 2015



Our Catalyst Workshops will be held at Alnoba in Kensington, New Hampshire. This spectacular 400-acre retreat is near the coast, just 45 miles northeast of Boston.

Who Should Attend

Media Makers & Filmmakers

Social Media & Campaign Strategists

Activists & Organizations

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