Miradi Webinar coming up!

Jan. 29, 2016
A new Miradi User Group is being established to help all of us learn how to make best use of Miradi. We will hold our first web meeting at two different dates and times to accommodate folks around the world. We aim to have webinars every quarter. The first will address: 1) Reporting, 2) Getting data out of Miradi, and 3) New features in the upcoming 4.4 release. Click for full agenda and presenters.

Please click on the session to register for the day and time that works best for you:
-> MIRADI USER GROUP: SESSION 1 - February 8, 2016, 10am US West Coast / 1pm US East Coast / 2pm Bolivia / 4pm Brazil
-> MIRADI USER GROUP: SESSION 2 - February 10, 2016, 9am Central Europe / 11am Eastern Africa / 4pm Singapore & Western Australia

While we did our best to choose time zones that would work for the majority of you, we expect that these times will not work for all of you. For those who cannot make it, we will be recording each session for future playback.

New Feature! Biophysical Factors

Aug. 27, 2015
Have you ever wanted to directly link a threat to a stress to a target? Or have you found it would be helpful to create a chain of factors that show the biophysical effects from a threat to a target? Previously, Miradi only allowed users to show stresses on a page without explicit links - or they could use contributing factor boxes as a work-around. Our latest release (4.3.1) now gives you the ability to create those links directly (and, as always, fixes some bugs reported by users). Miradi users now have the ability to add "biophysical factors" between direct threats and conservation targets. When you open the new release of Miradi, it will look like prior releases. To display this new feature, open a project, select Edit/Preferences/Project Settings, and change the Factor Mode to include Biophysical Factors and Results. This new feature responds directly to requests from users seeking to detail out these biophysical effects - in particular, teams working on climate change adaptation. Consult the Miradi wizard screen for more details and guidance on this factor.

Many thanks to the International Fund for Animal Welfare, which provided the financial support to develop this exciting new feature!

Welcome to Miradi

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

  • Easy Step-by-Step Interview Wizard
  • Threat Prioritization
  • Development of Objectives and Actions
  • Selection of Monitoring Indicators
  • Planning and Financial Views

Working together

The Miradi software program is a joint venture between the Conservation Measures Partnership (CMP) and Sitka Technology Group.

CMP Logo-black.jpg Sitka Logo

Miradi Tutorials

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.

Also check out this Miradi Dashboard video to learn about a cool feature for sharing project progress online.

Buy a Miradi Subscription

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.