Kansas Natural Resources Conference - 2019

from Thursday, January 31, 2019 1:00PM to Friday, February 1, 2019 4:00PM

Ticket Information

TICKET TYPE TOTAL REMAINING SALES END PRICE QUANTITY
Engaging Landowners Effectively: Pre-Conference Workshop -- -- -- 20
Professional Registration (Early) -- -- -- 120
Student Registration (Early) -- -- -- 60
Thursday Evening Social Only -- -- -- 44.28
Friday Awards Luncheon Only -- -- -- 33.72
Vendor Booth - Non Profit Organization -- -- -- 100
Vendor Booth - Government Agency -- -- -- 300
Vendor Booth - Commercial + 2 Registrations -- -- -- 500
Vendor/Sponsor (Individual Registration) -- -- -- 0
Bronze Sponsor + 2 Registrations -- -- -- 500
Silver Sponsor + 2 Registrations -- -- -- 1000
Gold Sponsor + 3 Registrations -- -- -- 1500
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Event Details

This annual event increases awareness of natural resources in the state and stresses the continuing need to protect and improve these resources, while connecting groups, agencies, and people working for healthy Kansas ecosystems. This year’s plenary discussion, “Celebrating Conservation Past & Present,” will feature Dr. Mamie Parker, former assistant director for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Lance Irving of the Sand County Foundation, and Howard Vincent of Pheasants Forever/Quail Forever. A welcome social on Thursday night will provide ample networking opportunities, and a student/mentor breakfast on Friday morning will allow students additional time to discuss career goals with seasoned professionals. Registration for the full conference is available online at www.kansasnrc.org. Cost for the two-day conference is $120 for professionals and $60 for students, with some student scholarships available for those presenting research. A pre-conference workshop, “Tools for Engaging Landowners Effectively” will be held 8am - Noon on Thursday January 31 for the additional cost of $20 per person. Speakers from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies as well as the Kansas Forest Service will provide an overview of key concepts to engage landowners in natural resources outreach programs. Discounted rooms rates are available at the Hilton Garden Inn.
Location
Hilton Garden Inn Manhattan
410 South 3rd Street Manhattan KS US

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