[PCA] CONFERENCE: Biodiversity without Boundaries (Lied Lodge, NE)
hleeson at rinhs.org
Tue Apr 5 07:51:03 CDT 2011
This would be a very useful direction for an east coast/northeast conference
to take, where we are grappling with early successional habitat restoration
and the maintenance of biodiversity of native species. We could all benefit
from sharing successes and failures, and thoughts that would bridge plant
ecology, soil science, soil microbes, habitat restoration and landscaping
Just putting it out there for any enterprising organization...
Hope Leeson, Rhode Island
On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 8:35 AM, Olivia Kwong <plant at plantconservation.org>wrote:
> Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2011
> Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2011 - May 9-12 - Nebraska City, Nebraska
> Reach out across disciplines, across programs, and across boundaries at
> Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2011!
> This highly regarded annual training and education event on biodiversity
> conservation highlights the crucial role that conservation science plays in
> our global society.
> Join us May 8-12, 2011, amid the rolling hills and rich bottomland fields
> of southeast Nebraska, where conservation leaders, thinkers, and
> practitioners will convene for four days of exchanging knowledge, discussing
> issues, sharing innovations, and networking. With its deep commitment to
> conservation and sustainability, the Arbor Day Foundation.s Lied Lodge and
> Conference Center at Arbor Day Farm provides a unique setting for attendees
> to renew their own personal and professional commitments.
> Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2010 drew more than 200 conservation
> professionals representing 116 organizations and 18 countries to Austin,
> Texas, with attendees ranging from scientists, natural resource managers,
> and environmental consultants to planners, environmental advocates, and
> corporate and public policy-makers. The unifying commitment of this diverse
> audience? Tackling urgent and emerging international conservation needs
> through science, collaboration, and leadership.
> BWB's in-depth sessions explore a full spectrum of conservation issues and
> * the science behind the pressing problems
> * the information and expertise needed to direct decisions
> * the tools and methods for setting priorities, planning and taking
> action, and monitoring and tracking progress toward goals
> * the lessons learned from conservation success, collaboration, and
> leadership approaches.
> The 2011 location in Nebraska highlights the Midwest, with particular
> attention to issues prevalent in the region and featuring presentations from
> regional programs and partners. Co-hosted by NatureServe and the Nebraska
> Natural Heritage Program, Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2011 brings
> together an international scope with a local view to further enhance the
> conference experience.
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Hope Leeson, Botanist
Rhode Island Natural History Survey
Room 200, Ranger Hall
URI, Kingston, RI 02881
(401) 874-5807 *Rhody Native* and the Forest Health Works Project
hleeson at rinhs.org
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