NatureServe Conferences 2010
Biodiversity without Boundaries
Join Us April 26–30, 2010, in Austin, Texas
NatureServe Conservation Conference
Held in Conjunction with the
Southeast Natural Heritage Conference
The United Nations has declared 2010 the International Year of Biodiversity in order to “showcase the contribution of research to the understanding of biodiversity and to policies and management practices that help to stop its loss.” Join us as we come together from across political and organizational boundaries for a stimulating conference that showcases the same.
“An incredible gathering of knowledgeable and dedicated scientists, all of whom are directly engaged in getting their data into decision-making. Thanks for gathering us together for an empowering week!”
– 2009 Conference Attendee
The NatureServe Conservation Conference 2010: Biodiversity without Boundaries is an international training and education event for the environmental conservation community. Conservation leaders, thinkers and doers representing federal, state and provincial agencies, non-profit conservation organizations, universities, and corporations come together for three days of education, issue discussion, idea exchange, innovation sharing, and professional networking. Attendees of the conference have one thing in common: a commitment to meet emerging and urgent conservation needs in the United States, Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean, and around the world.
The Southeast Natural Heritage Conference focuses on knowledge exchange among the NatureServe network members to facilitate productive working sessions on new developments in science, technology, and leadership across the Southeast and the entire network.