The 7th Biennial Association of Natural Resource Professionals (ANREP) National Conference at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in June 2010, offers a forum for sharing methods, tools and programming to help us address the challenges we are facing in providing research-based community outreach in a changing environment. The conference will emphasize creating effective multistate and multi-agency collaborations to meet these challenges with the greatest impact and efficiency.
Educators and state specialists from all Cooperative Extension program areas are invited to submit an abstract. The submission deadline has been extended to July 18.
ANREP conferences feature diverse natural resource topics, including wildlife, forestry, water quality, sustainability, youth and community involvement. They are also seeking presentations that focus on emerging issues including climate change and energy and how Extension is dealing with programming under challenging budget times. Examples of interdisciplinary programming, collaborations with researchers or multi-state efforts are encouraged.
For more information on the conference and to review the criteria and submission process for abstract proposals, visit the ANREP conference website.
Extension Educator, Water Resources Management