You are invited to submit an abstract to present in a themed oral or poster session at the CNPS 2018 Conservation Conference!
Presenting at the conference means sharing your research, project, or new idea with 1,000 other conservationists and native plant enthusiasts who can learn from your work and put new science into action. You may find opportunities for collaboration and new projects or identify research needs, directly impacting the future of native plant and natural resource conservation in California.
The conference program will focus on communicating the most recent and effective conservation science; all presentations should have a clear connection to native plants or natural vegetation conservation. Presentations are organized into themed sessions, including Current Research (dedicated to student presentations), a poster session, and Lightning Talks. Visit the Sessions page for the complete list of session topics.
The Call for Abstracts is open now through July 10, 2017. Full details, including abstract requirements and how to submit, are available on the Abstracts page, or you can download the Call for Abstracts here (including submission instructions) to review and share with friends and colleagues.