Restore America's Estuaries' Poster Proposal/Student Poster Contest Deadline - M
Apr 11, 2006 11:23 PDT
There is still time to submit a Poster Proposal or Student Poster
Session Proposal to present at Restore America's Estuaries' 3rd
National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration.
Download the Call for Posters and the Poster Proposal Application Form
at: http://www.estuaries.org/conference, and submit your poster by MAY
1st to email@example.com!
The Conference will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Hilton
Riverside Hotel, December 9-13, 2006.
The theme of Restore America's Estuaries' 3rd National Conference
is "Forging the National Imperative", and it will bring timely
national attention to the challenges and opportunities of coastal
restoration at all scales throughout the United States - especially in
Coastal Louisiana and the northern Gulf Coast. The Conference will
emphasize the challenges ahead in strengthening a national commitment
to coastal restoration. This Conference will be recognized as an
invaluable next step in working to restore our nation's coasts, and
will have a lasting impact on all participants.
Attendance this year is expected to be the highest ever, with 1,200-
1,500 participants and 400 presenters representing the non-profit,
business, volunteer, scientific, academic, and governmental sectors of
the restoration movement. For more information on the Conference,
please visit www.estuaries.org/conference.
CALLING ALL STUDENTS!!!
Do you have an idea, research results or case study you would like to
share with the coastal and estuarine habitat restoration community? We
invite you to submit a proposal for a poster session at the 3rd
National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration, and
to enter the Student Poster Contest. Use the regular application form
at http://www.estuaries.org/conference, and submit your presentation
by MAY 1st to firstname.lastname@example.org! Please specify that yours is
a Student Poster.
This year's Conference theme is "Forging the National Imperative."
Cash Prizes will be awarded in several categories:
¨ Human Dimensions of Restoration
¨ Education and Outreach
¨ Comprehensive Ecosystem Restoration Management
¨ Science and Technology
¨ Best Practices On-the-Ground
¨ Measuring and Communicating Results
¨ Policy and Funding
For more information, and the full Call for Posters, visit the
conference website at http://www.estuaries.org/conference.
Please direct questions and comments to Mindy Criser Destro at
email@example.com or (703) 524-0248.