DEADLINE TOMORROW for Proposals - May 18
Natural Areas Conference, October 23-25
Indiana Memorial Union - Bloomington, Indiana
We are looking for proposals for symposia, individual oral 
presentations, posters, field workshops, and pre-conference workshops. 
Student scholarships are available, and there is a student paper and 
poster competition, as well as student career programming. This year's 
theme is Building Resilience: The Future of Natural Areas, and you can 
view a list of conference themes below by visiting our conference page 

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE. See our website under Students.

Confirmed: Closing Plenary speakers will be former National Parks 
Director Jonathan Jarvis and Dr. Gary Machlis, co-authors of The Future 
of Conservation: A Chart for Rough Water. 

Nominations for NAA Awards are open until May 18 as well. Go to
Conference themes include:
•       Land Management in Light of Climate Change
•       Collaborative Approaches to Conservation
•       Native Plant Materials in Natural Areas Management
•       Pollinators in Natural Areas Management
•       Migration Corridors and Assisted Migration
•       Private Land Conservation
•       Karst Conservation
•       Fire Ecology
•       Genetic Diversity & Biodiversity
•       Invasive Species
•       Restoration Ecology
•       Working Landscapes Conservation
•       Urban and Wildland Interface Issues
•       Endangered Species Conservation
•       Monitoring Species Populations and Natural Areas
•       Maximizing Data and Technology to Inform Natural Areas 
•       The Role of Focal Species in Conservation Planning
•       Communicating the Importance of our Work
•       The Role of Humanities in Conservation
Kate Angell

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