Miradi - a Swahili word meaning "project" or "goal" - is a user-friendly program that allows nature conservation practitioners to design, manage, monitor, and learn from their projects to more effectively meet their conservation goals, following a process laid out in the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation.
Miradi is working to transform the practice of conservation
We have launched our brand new YouTube Channel with short 2-8 min tutorial videos on how to best use Miradi Desktop and Miradi Share.
Browse our videos directly via YouTube or watch the videos embedded in our Community Section. There we host not only tutorials and webinar recordings but also additional guiding materials!Make sure to subscribe or check back every once in a while and leave us feedback so we can develop more videos in the future and answer your questions!
Click here to see Miradi's pricing list for individuals and organizations. You can purchase directly online or, if you're not sure yet, try out Miradi for free for 60 days.
Check out these guided instructions for creating a Miradi Account & installing Miradi Software.To learn about Miradi features and functions, download the Miradi self-guided tutorial where you can view an indexed and animated PowerPoint slide show. There is also a Hands-on Miradi Desktop Exercise with step-by-step instructions and sample data to explore how to use Miradi through a "learn-by-doing" approach.
This is a live map of some of the projects around the world that use or have used Miradi and/or Miradi Share for planning and management. Please note that this map is user-curated so feel free to browse and add your own project to the map!
Help others learn from your conservation work and improve their conservation efforts! And earn a travel award while you are at it! This competition seeks to collect and share cases studies to promote cross-organizational, cross-project, and cross-coach/practitioner learning about adaptive management in conservation.
Follow the instructions here to submit your case study. Our judging panel, made up of representatives from CMP and CCNet, will consider the following criteria:
In addition, judges may give special consideration to getting a diversity of examples and to cases that share failures and/or thoughts on broader lessons for others doing similar work.
Deadline for Submission: 30 March 2018
Winners will be announced at CCNet's Coaches Rally (April 30 - May 2, 2018).