Join Pennsylvania’s conservation community by contributing to an inspiring agenda of panel discussions, roundtables, workshops, and seminars covering a wide range of topics.

The conference is Pennsylvania’s premier networking, training, and inspirational event for staff and volunteers of conservation groups. The 300-400 attendees each year come from land trusts, county and local municipal governments, state agencies, trail groups, watershed associations, and other organizations. Most are Pennsylvanians but a handful of other states are always represented and welcomed. Deadline for submission: October 24.

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  • Choose the session design best suited to your content and preferences, whether that be workshop, roundtable, panel discussion, or other form.
  • Standard session lengths are 45 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, and half day.
  • Topics of interest encompass anything that can help land trusts and governments to improve upon their conservation-related work. This includes but is not limited to the myriad matters surrounding the acquisition and stewardship of land and conservation easements, environmental restoration, resource management, trails, education and recreation programs, conservation planning, finance and fundraising, land use planning, water resource protection, forestry and farming subjects, conservation science, climate, organizational operations and governance, DEI, marketing and communications, public policy, tax issues, new technologies, and more.

For questions regarding submission, please reach out to [email protected].

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