The 2016 Keystone Coldwater Conference will be held February 26-27 at the Ramada Inn Conference Center in State College, Centre County. The theme for the upcoming conference is Coldwater Resources: Connecting Conservation, Protection, Restoration, and Stewardship.
The Conference, held every other year, is a unique opportunity for grassroots conservation organizations, environmental professionals, college faculty, staff, and students to share ideas, concepts, and network in order to protect, conserve and restore Pennsylvania's coldwater resources.
Speakers at the Conference include: Keynote-- DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn and Charlie Charlesworth, President, PA Council of Trout Unlimited.
The agenda for February 26 and February 27 are packed with useful workshops and offer lots of opportunities to mingle.
Student Posters Still Being Accepted
College students currently participating in research that relates to the conservation, protection, restoration of Pennsylvania's coldwater streams are invited to participate in a student poster session.
The session will be held during the February 26 evening social. Students should prepare a poster and a 3-5 minute presentation on their research. Posters will be judged by a technical team on the presentation and outline of the poster. The top three presentations will be announced during the conference on Saturday.
Click Here for all the details on student posters.
Want to become a sponsor for this important event? Click Here for all the details on how you can support this unique effort.To register for the Conference or for more details, visit the 2016 Keystone Coldwater Conference website.