The NatureServe Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2021 Conference has gone virtual! Join us for four days of sessions featuring leading scientists, policy makers, and more.
This conference is a must-attend for biodiversity & conservation scientists and other professionals who strive to ensure our shared lands and waters are thriving now and in the future. Working with all sectors of society, from scientific research institutions and government agencies to non-profit organizations and private industry, NatureServe’s role of connecting science with conservation has never been more in-demand. Register for the conference to learn more about the new developments in our efforts to make it possible—and easy—for people to use accurate, current scientific information as the basis for conservation decisions and actions.
This year, the conference will explore a variety of topics showcasing the latest data, tools, and technology to support decision-making. Most importantly, speakers will highlight how new initiatives and collaborations with the Network and stakeholders will advance our shared mission and solidify NatureServe and the Network at the core of conservation in the areas in which we operate.
Why Should I Attend?
- Connect your work to overarching global conservation issues
- Develop meaningful relationships across the network
- Learn about new methods and techniques that help your organization
- Share your work to help other network members and partners
- Collaborate with others working on similar projects
- Develop new business relationships
Schedule of Events
|MONDAY, APRIL 26||WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28||MONDAY, MAY 3||
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5
|11:30 am – 6:00 pm||11:30 am – 6:00 pm||12:30 pm – 6:00 pm||12:00 pm – 6:00 pm|
Registration is open now through April 21, 2021. We may not be able to accommodate registrations after April 21st. Registration is $50 for everyone and includes all sessions and events listed in the agenda.
Keynote Address: Gabriel Popkin
Gabriel is a science and environmental writer covering trees, forests and the environment, among other topics, from Mount Rainier, Maryland, just outside the nation's capital. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Science, Nature, and many other publications. He also leads tree ID walks in the DC area. You can learn more about Gabriel on his website.
Contact Allison Gratz for current sponsorship opportunities.