Mini-conference to strengthen local connections for land and water stewardship
Date: June 19, 2015
Time: 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Location: 4260 Tipton Highway in Adrian, MI
Contact: Monica Day at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-743-2253
Interested persons, well rooted local institutions, and current partners are invited to attend the Terrestrial and Aquatic Networks: Implications of New Collaborations at the Center for a Sustainable Future at 4260 Tipton Highway in Adrian, MI on June 19, 2015, from 9:30-3:00.
Highlights include an interactive network-building activity, tour of Michigan’s first LEED Platinum Certified K-12 building, CISMA development and hands-on online mapping exercise for watershed management.
Space is limited for this interactive conference. Please register by June 15. Lunch is provided by $15 registration fee.
Attendees are asked to bring an object for the morning session representing their stewardship interests or assets to share and their laptops for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative break session in the afternoon.
The geographical scope expands out from the Irish Hills and includes Jackson, Lenawee Hillsdale and the southern portions of Washtenaw Counties.