The 14th annual Maryland Land Conservation Conference will take place on April 3-4, 2014 at the Claggett Center in Adamstown, MD. The conference provides opportunity for land trust staff, board members, environmental advocates, elected officials and planners from federal, state and local governments to network and exchange new ideas about the future of land conservation in our region. Online registration is available for one or both days of the conference and includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and educational sessions. For more information about the conference, to download the agenda or for conference fees, please visit www.conservemd.org.
Join Maryland Environmental Trust for two full days of educational workshops, field trips, peer-to-peer networking, and an evening reception. Secretary of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Joe Gill, will provide the keynote address. With an amazing line up of speakers from throughout the Chesapeake Bay region and beyond, this year’s conference will offer a variety of topics on: building new partnerships in land conservation, marketing and fundraising strategies, smart targeting for conservation areas, large landscape conservation, engaging landowners, managing working lands, successful urban land conservation stories, water quality, new trends and other emerging issues.
An evening reception will be held on Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 5:30pm until 7:30pm. Tickets to the receptions are only $15. Join us for an evening reception to celebrate the land that the Maryland has protected, engage in dynamic discussions and to reconnect with your colleagues.
Registration is limited! Register today!
A limited number of student tickets are available for this year's conference. Please contact us before Friday, March 14, 2014 if you are interested in applying.
Thanks to our conference partners for their support! Visit their websites by clicking on their logos below.