The conference will be held February 15-17, 2022 online.
An abridged program to help you plan:
Tuesday features a symposium, workshops, and roundtables.
In-person field trips will also be offered Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday evening features a fun virtual networking and social event including wetland trivia (back by popular demand!).
Join us from 9-5 for a full day of wetland science. The day kicks off with a keynote presentation by Oneida Nation Chairman Tehassi Hill and continues with concurrent sessions, roundtables, workshops, and working groups.
After five, join us for networking and social activities, including the poster session. Stick around for a presentation on manoomin by Peter David from the Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission.
Thursday kicks off with a plenary session and continues with concurrent sessions, working groups, roundtables, and workshops.