Outside of my work with Prial Outreach Consulting, I have working with the Keene State College Eco-Reps Program dedicated to generating and maintaining a culture of sustainability in the greater KSC community. I have been helping them improve their own outreach skills through personalized training and have been developing a program manual designed to encourage the leadership and professional skills among the students.
Previous and Partner Projects
As part of a grant from the NH Charitable Trust, Daniel Prial helped Anne Prial and Sarah Harpster of the Community Kitchen in preparing a comprehensive summary of the positive work done on the Monadnock Food System. The goal of this report was to set the stage for a larger convening that successfully defined the goals of the Infrastructure Working Group of the Monadnock Farm and Community Coalition.
Daniel Prial offered a training for MERE in public speaking and interpretation called "Speaking Through Meaning" for the Summit Stewards working on Mount Monadnock.
Before founding Prial Outreach Consulting, lead consultant Daniel Prial worked on a project with the Monadnock Conservancy to create an summer internship program under Executive Director Ryan Owens and Development Director Jenny Zaso. The program was designed to hire local high school students to address land use issues on Conservancy properties. The students would gain valuable land management skills, while also leaning about the balance of conservation. The Conservancy would gain improvements to their properties and better visibility among the young generation in the Monadnock Region.
In the summer of 2014, Antioch University received a gift of 74 acres of land in Langdon, NH. When Prial Outreach Consulting's Daniel Prial came to the university, he worked with Land Manager Peter Palmiotto to connect Glover's Ledge into the culture of the university. The property is now a second home to the Environmental Studies department. Professors take their students there, and researchers work on thesis projects there. The general public has also begun using the property for recreation.