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Conferences and Meetings

National Adaptation Forum
Madison, Wisconsin
April 23-25, 2019

The conference gathers climate adaptation practitioners to foster knowledge exchange, innovation, and mutual support. The goal is to move beyond climate adaptation awareness and planning to enable participants to take action when they return home. For more information, visit

Sea Level Hotspots Workshop
Norfolk, Virginia
April 23-25, 2019

The workshop will bring together the scientific community, decision-makers, and coastal stakeholders to discuss the key drivers of sea level change and identify resources and efforts aimed at increasing resilience in coastal communities. For more information, visit

National Watershed and Stormwater Conference
Charleston, South Carolina
April 29-May 2, 2019

The conference put together by the Center for Watershed Protection provides a forum to learn how to increase the resiliency of communities in response to emerging and persistent threats to water resources. Sessions will include case studies, panel discussions, workshops, and field trips. For more information, visit

Keeping History Above Water
Saint Augustine, Florida
May 5-8, 2019

The conference will explore the impacts of sea level rise on historic coastal and river communities and cultural resources through the lens of time. Presenters will share research, strategies, and case studies that can be used as the world adapts to sea level rise over the next few decades. For more information, visit

Challenges of Natural Resource Economics and Policy
New Orleans, Louisiana
May 19-21, 2019

The triennial forum focuses on the challenges of socioeconomic research in the development of coastal resource restoration and management. Topics include migration and retreat in coastal communities, assessing the blue economy, and resiliency of coastal ports and infrastructure. For more information, visit

NACDEP Conference
Asheville, North Carolina
June 9-13, 2019

The National Association of Community Development Extension Professionals conferences features panels and workshops on a range of topics, including tourism, economic development, community health, natural environment, and community resilience. For more information, visit

Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop
Charleston, South Carolina
June 11-13, 2019

The 17th annual workshop brings together a diverse community to share developments in research and application of weather and climate information. Sessions will address topics such as disaster risk management, public health preparedness, and natural resources management. For more information, visit

Aquatic Plant Management Society Annual Meeting
San Diego, California
July 14-17, 2019

Sessions will deal with aquatic plant and water management issues as well as research and operational reports from across the country. Featured topics include harmful algal blooms, eradication of invasive species, and education and outreach efforts. For more information, visit

National Marine Educators Conference
Durham, New Hampshire
July 21-25, 2019

The conference offers a chance for educators to catch up on the latest trends and research in marine education. Participants also can visit the Shoals Marine Lab, kayak on Great Bay, take a whale-watch cruise, or tour the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. For more information, visit

The Wildlife Society Conference
Reno, Nevada
September 29-October 3, 2019

The Wildlife Society and the American Fisheries Society will come together for their first joint national conference, bringing together fish and wildlife professionals from across the country. Sessions will cover wildlife and fishery ecology, management, policy, and conservation. For more information, visit

Sustainable Tourism and Outdoor Recreation Conference
Astoria, Oregon
October 8-11, 2019

The conference brings people together to learn and explore current issues in sustainable tourism and outdoor recreation. Special themes include coastal tourism, agritourism, and outdoor recreation as a community development tool. For more information, visit

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