2018 Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference
By The Grit Staff | Jun 12, 2018
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico — The Soil and Water Conservation Society’s 73rd International Annual Conference will take place July 29 through August 1. This year’s theme is “Culture, Climate, and Conservation.” In addition to the main theme, there will also be specialty tracks focused on forest restoration, rangeland restoration, and the use of technology to advance conservation. The four-day event will feature presentations and workshops from leading speakers in the conservation field, a Regional Forum and Flavor Reception, and local tours highlighting New Mexico conservation efforts.
Learn more and register for the conference at www.SWCS.org.
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