2009 National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) Annual
New Orleans, Louisiana
This year’s meeting will look to the future
of conservation, centered around the theme “Building a Better Tomorrow.” Times
are changing and the same is true of the demands on the nation’s natural resources.
Come and learn how conservation districts can play a key, proactive role in the
future of natural resource conservation.
Contact: Brad Ross
Minnesota Air, Water, and Waste Environmental Conference (MAWWEC)
St. Paul, Minnesota
This three-day event fosters opportunities for
professionals in the environmental arena to network, build relationships, and
explore new ideas. By bringing together differing viewpoints and discussing the
challenges that impact environmental policy and protection, we will all be able
to work more effectively and efficiently to better the environment.
Great Lakes Alive! Virtual Workshop
Join us for another
exciting workshop where educators, scientists, resource managers, and the public
can interact and learn about the Great Lakes. This workshop will focus on the
biology and the ecological relationships of the Great Lakes. Registration is required,
but the workshop is free.
Contact: Rochelle Sturtevant
Great Lakes Day in Washington Events
Lakes Day in Washington is an annual event featuring presentations and dialogue
on Great Lakes priorities by regional leaders and members of Congress
February 24, 2009
Meeting: Sustaining New York's Coastal Ecosystems
Hempstead, New York
New York Ocean and Great Lakes Ecosystem Conservation Council and the Wilbur F.
Breslin Center for Real Estate Studies at Hofstra University will co-sponsoring
a public meeting and community conversation at Hofstra on the Council's draft
report on sustaining New York's coastal ecosystems. The forum is scheduled for
Tuesday, February 24, 2009 from noon to 2:30 p.m. at the Joan and Donald E. Axinn
Library, East Wing Room 246, South Campus.
Contact: Theresa M. Haller, Program