North Coast Forest Conservation Conference
Join us at the Santa Rosa Junior College, June 7-9, 2017, for the North Coast Forest Conservation Conference: Growing Resilience in our Forests and Woodlands. This interdisciplinary conference will bring together diverse stakeholders to discuss how we can ensure the resilience of our forest economies, forest communities, and forest ecosystems. Learn about the state of our North Coast forests and woodlands and how we can ensure the long-term health of our forests, share diverse perspectives and innovations in forest conservation, and identify opportunities for action and collaboration. The conference will feature panel discussions, presentations, and field trips to forests and woodlands throughout Sonoma County. Act quickly to reserve your spot in the conference and at our dinner, which will feature Kat Anderson, author of Tending the Wild: Native American Knowledge and Management of California’s Natural Resources. We hope you can join us for this exciting and inspirational event.
Please note: When you click the green “Tickets” button, you will be given a menu of options to select from, including the main conference on June 7th-8th, the dinner on June 8th, and field trips on June 9th. Please select only one field trip.
Student Discount: 50% off registration, field trips, and conference dinner wtih discount code SEEDLING. Proof of student ID required at the conference.
Speaker Discount: Free registration and field trips for speakers with discount code REDWOOD. Proof of speaker status will be confirmed by conference coordinators prior to admission.
SUPPORT THE CONFERENCE AND THE WORKING GROUP:
If you would like to support the Conference and the work of the Sonoma County Forest Conservation Working Group, you can make a tax-deductible donation at www.sonomalandtrust.org. On the donation page, please include a note that your donation should be restricted to the conference or the support of the working group. Your support ensures that the Working Group can continue to provide educational events, workshops, and resources to forest landowners in Sonoma County. Thank you!
Photo courtesy of Sonoma Land Trust/Lance Kuehne Photography