CNPS 2009 Conservation Conference: Strategies and Solutions
- Plenary sessions and keynotes speakers including: environmental justice and clean energy advocate Jerome Ringo; Professor Steven Hopper, Director of the Royal Botanic Garden; and naturalist, educator, artist, and author John (Jack) Muir Laws.
- Over 200 accomplished presenters featured in 13 session topics including: mitigation, habitat fragmentation, environmental policy, conservation genetics, and much more—highlighting the latest science and policy strategies and solutions related to native plants and habitat conservation in California.
- Sessions devoted to challenges and successes in specific California bioregions hosted by local conservation leaders; and poster displays of successful CNPS chapter conservation projects from around the state.
- Central Capitol City location with beautiful parks, fine dining and great shopping within walking distance.
- Photography and Illustration Contests and Gallery.
- Up to 25 Exhibitor’s booths with a wide range of products, services and educational information.
- Social events, working groups, and associated meetings with additional opportunities for networking, planning, recognition and celebration!
Photos by Stacey Flowerdew
- Post Conference workshops on a wide array of related topics (January 20-21, 2009).
- Student and volunteer discounts, scholarships, and travel stipends.