Wilderness Connect, housed on the University of Montana campus, acknowledges that we are on the traditional lands of the Salish and Kalispel peoples, who have stewarded this land throughout many generations and are its past, present, and future caretakers.
Writing a Minimum Requirements Analysis
This course is hosted by the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center.
This course describes the minimum requirements concept and guides users through the process of writing a Minimum Requirements Analysis (MRA) using the Minimum Requirements Decision Guide (MRDG) developed by the Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center. During this course, participants will: Define minimum requirements; Identify the benefits to using the MRA process and the MRDG; Explain under what circumstances the MRA is to be used; Describe the MRA process; Use the MRDG.
There is one required prerequisite for this course, The Wilderness Act of 1964, which you must take and pass with an 80% or higher, before taking this course.
Register for this course by visiting the proValens Learning course catalog. Add this course to your cart (no cost) then proceed to checkout to create an account. You will use this account to log in to access the course materials (now and later), to access your completion certificate, and to take any additional wilderness courses you choose.