CALL FOR SESSION PROPOSALS
Conference Theme: Practical Management Advice for Private Landowners
The 2023 Habitat Summit will focus on providing landowners, foresters, wildlife biologists, and conservation professionals with practical management advice that can be implemented on privately-owned properties. The conference will allow landowners and professionals to learn from experts in the field on how to best manage their land. Conference sessions will be one-hour long and can be a panel style session with 2-3 presenters per session or a single presenter. We want to encourage audience interaction and hope that each presenter will allow 15 minutes for questions.
Proposals are being accepted for all management topics, including but not limited to:
- managing for focal wildlife species (quail, deer, turkey, waterfowl, etc.)
- land management cost share programs
- prescribed fire
- wildlife diversity
- invasive species management
- pond management
- wildlife plantings and food plots
- timber management
Proposals should be 300 words or less and include:
- session title
- presenter qualifications
- overview of topic and benefit to audience
Proposals and any questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposal Evaluation and Notice of Decision: Proposals will be evaluated on relevancy of the subject, contribution to audience knowledge, and the overall quality of the written proposal. Submissions will be notified decision status by February 6th, 2023.
Guest speakers Dr. Craig Harper will be presenting in addition to a variety of presenting organizations.
See your organization represented in the Habitat Summit through one of the many sponsorship opportunities available.
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