Save the Date: November 17-19, 2008
With the increasing demand for both water and energy, innovative approaches are needed to manage these two resources. High oil and gasoline prices, climate change, and global politics place more demand on remaining U.S. coal, oil, and natural gas reserves. In addition, the impetus is on developing new "greener" more "environmentally-friendly" energy sources. Energy requires water in the production process.
Registration includes admittance to the conference sessions, all meals, two nights lodging, and reception(s). Registration rates are still to be determined. Regular registration is expected to be in the range of $250-$300 per person. Student registration is expected to be in the range of $175-$225 per student.
We'll see you in Shepherdstown, West Virginia at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center this fall. Include this conference into your budget and start planning your trip. Here's a few websites about the area: Get started.