2020 Massachusetts Land Conservation Conference Goes Virtual!
Although the in-person conference planned for March 28 was cancelled, thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, many of the most sought-after sessions will be presented in a webinar series.
Webinars are free to attend, but advance registration is required.
We hope you will be able to attend!
Each webinar listed below has its own unique Zoom registration link. Note that if you want to attend more than one webinar, you must register for each individually.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Those who register within 30 minutes of the webinar start time or later may experience delays getting in.
Thursday, April 16, noon – 1:15 pm – Implementing Natural Solutions to Climate Change
Monday, April 20, noon – 1:15 pm – Approaching Forest Health Threats in a Changing Climate
Monday, April 27, noon – 1:15 pm – Sustainable Trails: Preserving our Pathways to Nature
Friday, May 1, noon – 1:15 pm – Fields, Meadows & Grasslands: Oh MY!
Tuesday, May 5, noon – 1:15 pm – Resilient Lands: Nature's Value in a Changing Climate
Friday, May 8, noon – 1:15 pm – Forest Carbon: A Natural Solution for Climate Change
Tuesday, May 12, noon – 1:15 pm – Kathleen A. Theoharides, Secretary of EEA: Update on the EEA's land conservation and climate change initiatives, and KEYNOTE featuring Jad Daley, CEO of American Forests: How Land Conservation Can Unlock Forest Climate Solutions
Tuesday, May 19, noon – 1:15 pm – Land Trusts and the Municipal Vulnerability Program
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Thursday, May 28, noon – 1:15 pm – Broadening Support for Land Conservation Through Economic Messaging
Beals & Thomas, Inc.
Berkshire Natural Resources Council
The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts
The Conservation Fund
Durand & Anastas Environmental Strategies
Epsilon Associates, Inc.
Essex County Greenbelt
Kestrel Land Trust
Land Stewardship, Inc.
Nantucket Conservation Foundation
New England Forestry Foundation
Sudbury Valley Trustees