Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Conservation Landscape Summit Rescheduled For January 14-15

The Conservation Landscape Summit, postponed by Hurricane Sandy, has been rescheduled for January 14-15 at the Best Western Premier Hotel in Harrisburg.
The summit will bring together more than 200 local and state officials, county planners, downtown managers, economic development officials, recreation providers, tourism promotion agencies, conservation organizations and others from existing conservation landscapes and from areas of the state not yet taking a conservation landscape approach to planning and tourism.
The goal of the summit is to build a further understanding of and enthusiasm for packaging conservation, recreation and economic development interests in large landscapes that have significant natural resources and commonwealth investment, i.e. parks, forests, trails and land protection.
Keynoter Lynn Scarlett will discuss national landscape work, and how Pennsylvania is a leading the charge. Scarlett is a national government and academia expert on issues related to effective stewardship of land, water and wildlife resources.
If you have already registered, please contact Josh Karns by sending email to: or 717-230-8044 x305 to confirm that you can attend the rescheduled date or to arrange for a refund.
If you did not register for the original date, you may register for the new January date through the updated registration page.

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