Join with scientists, conservationists, university professors and students, CNPS chapter members, professional and amateur botanists and horticulturists, policymakers, landscaping professionals, and land-use planners in the heart of Silicon Valley for two days of workshops and field trips to area gardens and native landscapes.
The main conference starts on January 15th with an opening plenary by Michael Soulé, known as the “Father of Conservation Biology.” The 2015 CNPS Conservation Conference will offer more than 200 presentations in 24 sessions by students, researchers, and CNPS chapters, and provide a forum for collaboration, discussion, and networking fun. Celebrate the progress made in conservation throughout the past 50 years and contribute to goals and research for the future.
Early registration discount when you sign up online by October 31. For more information visit www.cnps.org/2015.