It is time to register for the Grassland Restoration Network’s 2016 workshop. The Grassland Restoration Network has helped people working on prairie restoration share techniques and conservation strategies since 2003. You can read my blog post from last year’s workshop in Minnesota here and from the 2014 workshop at The Nature Conservancy’s Nachusa Grasslands in Illinois here.
The 2016 workshop will be September 13-14 right here in Nebraska. It is co-hosted by The Nature Conservancy’s Platte River Prairies and Prairie Plains Resource Institute. You can see the agenda and other information for the workshop here.
Registration for the workshop is open now through August 19. There is no registration fee for the first 75 people to register, but you’ll be responsible for your own transportation and lodging, and some meals. To register, send an email to Mardell Jasnowski at mjasnowski(at)tnc.org. Include answers to the following questions:
Will you take part in the optional Tuesday morning tour in Aurora?
Will you be eating Tuesday evening supper?
Will you be eating Wednesday lunch?
Do you have any dietary restrictions? If so, list them here:
Thank you to Pheasants Forever and the Nebraska Environmental Trust for helping to cover the costs of registration for this conference.