The Connecticut Association of Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commissions (CACIWC) presents its 46th Annual Meeting & Environmental Conference: “Celebrating Connecticut’s Conservation Commissions” on Saturday, November 11. It will be held at the Bristol Event Center (new facility!) 112 Century Drive, Bristol.
The keynote speaker is Professor of Marine Sciences and Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA) Executive Director James O’Donnell, PhD , who will present on “Climate Change in Connecticut (and what we’re doing about it).”
Other highlights include:
• A dozen multi-track workshops (on such topics as wetland enforcement and legal updates, morticulture, greenways and outdoor recreation, wildlife action plan, climate resilience and conservation, stormwater management, GPS mapping, and more!). See more information on the workshops and presenters. CEUs available (to be announced soon).
• Exhibitor hall with displays from more than two dozen companies and non-profit organizations.
• 250+ municipal decision-makers, researchers, consultants, advocates, and land use professionals in attendance. Bring business cards for networking — see old friends and make new ones!
Register one of two ways:
• REGISTER ONLINE (even if mailing payment later by check).
• Or use the MAIL-IN FORM.
Register/postmark by Oct. 28 early bird deadline to save $10!
Registration includes continental breakfast, buffet lunch, and workshops. Save money as a member. Learn more about CACIWC membership!
Interested in exhibiting or sponsoring? Want ad space in CACIWC’s Annual Report? Support at any level is appreciated! Learn more: Exhibitor/Advertiser/Sponsor Form / Non-Profit Exhibitor Form
Please forward to others who may be interested!
Questions? Email us at [email protected].