March 2-4, 2018
Camp Loma Mar | Santa Cruz Mountains
Registration Open Now!
Professional Member – $210 for 3-day workshop, $95 for one day only (Sat or Sun)
Other Member Type*- $105 for 3-day workshop, $50 for one day only (Sat or Sun)
Non-member** – $285 for 3-day workshop, $125 for one day only (Sat or Sun)
Guest Meal Ticket – $72 for 3-day workshop, $30 for one day only (Sat or Sun)
* other member types include students, retirees, volunteers, and seasonal workers
** non-member 3-day registration fee includes a one-year membership with NAI
Tastes of Region 9
Bring your own homebrew (cider, wine, beer, kombucha, etc.) and/or a local favorite from your hometown (honey, cheese, chocolate, tea, 6-pack of microbrew, wine, etc.) for tasting and sharing at our Scholarship Auction on the eve of Saturday March 3, 2018. You can sign up via the workshop registration form!
Volunteer for the Spring Workshop!
Volunteers are a vital part of helping the Region 9 Spring Workshop run smoothly; many helping hands make light work. Opportunities include: auction/raffle set-up, concurrent session room monitoring, tech support, parking, registration & sign-in, and cleanup. You can sign up via the workshop registration form!
Scholarship Auction Items
On the Saturday evening of every Spring Workshop, Region 9 hosts an auction and raffle to raise money to help provide future interpreters the opportunity to attend NAI regional and national workshops. Start considering if there’s anything you’d like to contribute – and feel free to think outside the box! Ideas:
- Homemade creations- beer, embroidery, knitting, jam, dozen cookies a month sent to the highest bidder, etc.
- Donate your time and skills- rock climbing lessons, graphic design, tidepool exploration, kayaking
- Items from your park- swag, tours, photography, books, park passes
- Gift cards, museum passes, etc.
- Vacation package- stay at family cabin, park, etc.
- And much more!
You can sign up via the workshop registration form!
Check out our venue, Camp Loma Mar!
Located in the beautiful Pescadero Valley, and surrounded by redwoods and a rich community of outdoor educators, this residential camp provides nearby access to the Pacific Ocean, many California State Parks, and more!