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    2018 Maryland Land Conservation Conference

    The Maryland Land Conservation Conference is the largest gathering of its kind in the state of Maryland. This annual conference brings together land trusts, conservancies, local and state government agencies, heritage organizations, members of the agricultural community and other partners for a comprehensive discussion about the future of land conservation in our region. For more details or to register for the 2018 Maryland Land Conservation Conference visit Maryland Environmental Trust’s event page.

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    CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS – 2017 Maryland Land Conservation Conference

    Join Maryland Environmental Trust on Thursday, JUNE 8 for the 2017 Maryland Land Conservation Conference at the Pearlstone Center in Reisterstown, MD.

    Call for proposals now open

    Planning for the 2017 Maryland Land Conservation Conference is underway! The annual conference is the largest gathering of its kind in the state for land trusts, conservancies, local and state government agencies, heritage organizations and other members of the conservation community.

    Maryland Environmental Trust invites you to submit a proposal for the 2017 Maryland Land Conservation Conference. Completed proposals are due by February 15, 2017 and should be submitted using the online form available on Maryland Environmental Trust’s events page.

    Call Topics include

    Stewardship, Policies & Conundrums
    Land & Water
    Co-Innovation
    Soup to Nuts

    For more information or to submit a proposal, visit http://dnr.maryland.gov/met/Pages/events.aspx.

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    Last Day to Register Online for the 2015 MD Land Conservation Conference is April 24

    Last Day to Register Online for the 2015 Maryland Land Conservation Conference is April 24

    The 15th annual Maryland Land Conservation Conference will take place on April 30 – May 1, 2015. Maryland Environmental Trust will host this year’s conference at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute in Linthicum Heights, MD.

    The annual conference is the only state-wide land conservation conference and training workshop of its kind in Maryland attracting board members, volunteers and staff from Maryland’s many land trusts and conservation organizations, as well as local and state government agencies, heritage organizations, members of the agricultural community and other partners. Participants will exchange new ideas and partake in lively, meaningful discussions about land conservation in our region.

    Join Maryland Environmental Trust for two full days of educational workshops, peer-to-peer networking and an evening reception. This year’s keynote speaker will be Stephanie Meeks, president and chief executive officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This year’s conference will also offer a variety of topics on: historical and cultural resources; fundraising; urban land trusts; outreach and innovative partnerships; emerging issues and the conservation of large landscapes and working lands.

    Online registration is open and space is limited. Registration is $68 for a single day ticket and $135 for both days. Late and walk-in registration (after noon on April 24) is $80 for a single day, $160 for both days. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and educational sessions.

    An informal Evening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Tickets to the evening reception are complimentary for conference attendees, speakers and sponsors. However, registration is required.

    So come join your fellow conservation colleagues at this year’s conference to learn about priority issues, engage in dynamic discussions and to reconnect with friends. For more information about registration, conference program or directions, please visit the 2015 Maryland Land Conservation Conference website HERE or contact Michelle Grafton at (410) 514-7915.

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    Register Today – 2015 Maryland Land Conservation Conference

    Register Online for the

    2015 Maryland Land Conservation Conference

    The 15th annual Maryland Land Conservation Conference will take place on April 30 – May 1, 2015. Maryland Environmental Trust will host this year’s conference at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute in Linthicum Heights, MD.

    The annual conference is the only state-wide land conservation conference and training workshop of its kind in Maryland attracting board members, volunteers and staff from Maryland’s many land trusts and conservation organizations, as well as local and state government agencies, heritage organizations, members of the agricultural community and other partners. Participants will exchange new ideas and partake in lively, meaningful discussions about land conservation in our region.

    Join Maryland Environmental Trust for two full days of educational workshops, peer-to-peer networking and an evening reception. This year’s keynote speaker will be Stephanie Meeks, president and chief executive officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. This year’s conference will also offer a variety of topics on: historical and cultural resources; fundraising; urban land trusts; outreach and innovative partnerships; emerging issues and the conservation of large landscapes and working lands.

    Online registration is open and space is limited. Registration is $68 for a single day ticket and $135 for both days. Late and walk-in registration (after noon on April 24) is $80 for a single day, $160 for both days. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and educational sessions.

    A limited number of student tickets are available for this year’s conference. Student tickets are $25. Please contact us before April 17, 2015 if you are interested in applying.

    An informal Evening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Tickets to the evening reception are complimentary for conference attendees, speakers and sponsors. However, registration is required.

    So come join your fellow conservation colleagues at this year’s conference to learn about priority issues, engage in dynamic discussions and to reconnect with friends. For more information about registration, conference program or directions, please visit the 2015 Maryland Land Conservation Conference website HERE or contact Michelle Grafton at (410) 514-7915.

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    Early Register Extended – 2015 MD Land Conservation Conference

    2015 Maryland Land Conservation Conference

    EARLY REGISTRATION RATES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL APRIL 10

    The 15th annual Maryland Land Conservation Conference will take place on April 30 – May 1, 2015. Maryland Environmental Trust will host this year’s conference at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute in Linthicum Heights, MD.

    The annual conference is the only state-wide land conservation conference and training workshop of its kind in Maryland attracting board members, volunteers and staff from Maryland’s many land trusts and conservation organizations, as well as local and state government agencies, heritage organizations, members of the agricultural community and other partners. Participants will exchange new ideas and partake in lively, meaningful discussions about land conservation in our region.

    Join Maryland Environmental Trust for two full days of educational workshops, peer-to-peer networking and an evening reception. This year’s keynote speaker will be Stephanie Meeks, president and chief executive officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Prior to joining the National Trust, Stephanie held senior executive positions, including chief operating officer and acting president and chief executive officer, during her 17-year career with The Nature Conservancy. This year’s conference will also offer a variety of topics on: historical and cultural resources; fundraising; urban land trusts; outreach and innovative partnerships; emerging issues and the conservation of large landscapes and working lands.

    REGISTER NOW to take advantage of extended early registration rates which are available through April 10, 2015. Early registration is $55 for a single day ticket and $110 for both days. After Friday, April 10 the conference cost will be $68 for a single day ticket and $135 for both days. Walk-in and late registration (provided there is availability) is $80 for a single day, $160 for both days. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and educational sessions. An informal Evening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Tickets to the evening reception are complimentary for conference attendees, speakers and sponsors. However, registration is required.

    So come join your fellow conservation colleagues at this year’s conference to learn about priority issues, engage in dynamic discussions and to reconnect with friends. For more information, please contact Michelle Grafton at (410) 514-7915.

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    Register by April 3 to Take Advantage of Early Registration Rates

    2015 Maryland Land Conservation Conference

    Register by April 3rd to Take Advantage of Early Registration Rates

    The 15th annual Maryland Land Conservation Conference will take place on April 30 – May 1, 2015. Maryland Environmental Trust will host this year’s conference at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute in Linthicum Heights, MD.

    The annual conference is the only state-wide land conservation conference and training workshop of its kind in Maryland attracting board members, volunteers and staff from Maryland’s many land trusts and conservation organizations, as well as local and state government agencies, heritage organizations, members of the agricultural community and other partners.

    Join Maryland Environmental Trust for two full days of educational workshops, peer-to-peer networking and an evening reception. This year’s keynote speaker will be Stephanie Meeks, president and chief executive officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Prior to joining the National Trust, Stephanie held senior executive positions, including chief operating officer and acting president and chief executive officer, during her 17-year career with The Nature Conservancy, one of the world’s largest and most influential conservation organizations.

    Online registration is open and space is limited. REGISTER NOW to take advantage of early registration rates which are available through April 3, 2015. Early registration is $55 for a single day ticket and $110 for both days. After Friday, April 3 the conference cost will be $68 for a single day ticket and $135 for both days. Walk-in and late registration (provided there is availability) is $80 for a single day, $160 for both days. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and educational sessions.

    With an amazing line up of speakers from throughout the Chesapeake Bay region and beyond, this year’s conference will offer a variety of topics on: historical and cultural resources; fundraising; urban land trusts; outreach and innovative partnerships; emerging issues and the conservation of large landscapes and working lands.

    Participants will exchange new ideas and partake in lively, meaningful discussions about land conservation in our region. An informal Evening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 4:45pm until 6:45pm. Tickets to the evening reception are complimentary for conference attendees, speakers and sponsors. However, registration is required.

    So come join your fellow conservation colleagues at this year’s conference to learn about priority issues, engage in dynamic discussions and to reconnect with friends. For more information, please contact Michelle Grafton at (410) 514-7915.

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    REGISTER OPEN for the 2015 MD Land Conservation Conference

    REGISTER ONLINE for the

    2015 Maryland Land Conservation Conference

    The 15th annual Maryland Land Conservation Conference will take place on April 30 – May 1, 2015. Maryland Environmental Trust will host this year’s conference at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute in Linthicum Heights, MD.

    The annual conference is the only state-wide land conservation conference and training workshop of its kind in Maryland attracting board members, volunteers and staff from Maryland’s many land trusts and conservation organizations, as well as local and state government agencies, heritage organizations, members of the agricultural community and other partners.

    Join Maryland Environmental Trust for two full days of educational workshops, peer-to-peer networking and an evening reception. This year’s keynote speaker will be Stephanie Meeks, president and chief executive officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Prior to joining the National Trust, Stephanie held senior executive positions, including chief operating officer and acting president and chief executive officer, during her 17-year career with The Nature Conservancy, one of the world’s largest and most influential conservation organizations.

    Online registration is open and space is limited. REGISTER NOW to take advantage of early registration rates which are available through April 3, 2015. Early registration is $55 for a single day ticket and $110 for both days. After Friday, April 3 the conference cost will be $68 for a single day ticket and $135 for both days. Walk-in and late registration (provided there is availability) is $80 for a single day, $160 for both days. Registration includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and educational sessions.

    With an amazing line up of speakers from throughout the Chesapeake Bay region and beyond, this year’s conference will offer a variety of topics on: historical and cultural resources; fundraising; urban land trusts; outreach and innovative partnerships; emerging issues and the conservation of large landscapes and working lands.

    Participants will exchange new ideas and partake in lively, meaningful discussions about land conservation in our region. An informal Evening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 4:45pm until 6:45pm. Tickets to the evening reception are complimentary for conference attendees, speakers and sponsors. However, registration is required.

    So come join your fellow conservation colleagues at this year’s conference to learn about priority issues, engage in dynamic discussions and to reconnect with friends. For more information on sponsorship or exhibiting at the event, please contact Michelle Grafton at (410) 514-7915.

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