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The challenges and opportunities of today and tomorrow require us to think across lines – political, geographic, organizational, generational and others – and form partnerships to create innovative solutions. Whatever lies ahead, we can break the typical boundaries and work together to achieve more. At the 14th annual Open Space Conference on May 16, 2013 in San Francisco's Presidio we will address the following questions:
- How can we create collective impact?
- What are examples of multi-faceted problems that are being solved in collaborative ways?
- How can we work together as a region to overcome the challenges and seize the opportunities ahead?
In addition, we will facilitate conversations between conference participants that aim to inspire and connect. This will be a dynamic and interactive conference that deepens the regional conversation about protecting and connecting people to the land.
Our keynote speaker will be Major General Anthony Jackson, the new Director of California State Parks. Major General Jackson is the 19th Director of California State Parks, and was appointed by Governor Brown on November 13, 2012 and sworn-in by Natural Resources Agency Secretary John Laird on November 16, 2012.
More about the conference, including speakers, is available on our website.
We are working hard to make this conference inclusive and accessible. If costs prohibit you from attending or you have any accessibility needs, email Matt Jones at matt at openspacecouncil dot org.
Full refunds will be available up until April 26, 2013 at 5pm. No refunds will be available after that date. Contact Matt Jones at matt at openspacecouncil dot org with requests.
No tickets will be sold at the door.
Parking at the Golden Gate Club costs $6 for the day. Biking, carpooling and public transit are encouraged! Plan your trip here.
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Bay Area Open Space Council
The Bay Area Open Space Council is a collaborative of member organizations actively involved in permanently protecting and stewarding important parks, trails and agricultural lands in the ten-county San Francisco Bay Area.