The organizers of the 2020 Riparian Forest Buffer Summit on March 11-12 have issued a call for presentation proposals on a variety of subjects, including funding, partnerships, implementation, planning, research, policy, and more.
The deadline for submitting proposals is October 15.
The objective of the annual Riparian Forest Buffer Summit is to gather conservation professionals and other riparian forest buffer practitioners, decision makers, etc. to learn about and discuss the latest and greatest information related to riparian forest buffers, as well as to provide networking opportunities for those working and volunteering in the forest buffer field.
Creative proposals for presentations on topics which have not been specifically/directly connected to riparian forest buffers in the past, but could potentially be pertinent/informative to future riparian forest buffer work, are also welcome.
Click Here to fill out a proposal form and submit it to Jason Swartz at email@example.com. Questions can be directed to Jason or Teddi Stark, DCNR Riparian Forest Buffer Coordinator at 717-787-0656 or send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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