Mark your Calendars for March 2, 2012 – MNACP Annual Meeting
The 5th Annual Meeting of the Minnesota Association of Conservation Professionals will be Friday, March 2, 2012 at Camp Ripley in Little Falls, MN. The meeting’s theme will be: “Resilient lands and waters: effectively coping with demographic, economic and environmental change.” Natural Resource Economist and U of MN Professor Steve Polaski and Minnesota State Demographer Dr. Tom Gillaspy will deliver keynote addresses. Other guest speakers will discuss strategic land management to protect high-integrity waters and progressive urban stormwater and agricultural practices that promote productive lands and healthy waters. A detailed agenda will be forthcoming.
About MNACPMNACP is an independent association of current or former resource or conservation professionals whose mission is to promote science-based stewardship of natural resources including air, water, land, native plants, fish, and wildlife and to support aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem.
DonateIf you would like to make a Donation to support MNACP for holding forums, workshops, and conferences that brings interested people together to promote Minnesota's conservation, please consider a Contribution to MNACP. Make checks or money orders payable to: MNACP PO Box 174 Little Falls, MN 56345-0174 email@example.com