Our conference theme is Building a Stronger Land Movement through Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, with keynote speaker Carolyn Finney, scholar-in-residence at Middlebury College and author of Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors. For more about Carolyn, view her bio in the Speakers tab.
Workshops are offered in each of these tracks:
Visit the MDAR exhibitor booth to learn more about invasive Spotted Lanternfly and the threat it poses to Massachusetts. Or click here for more: https://massnrc.org/pests/
View details under the Schedule and Speaker tabs, and drop by the Sponsors tab to see the generous organizations and businesses that made this conference possible.
Before March 10
After March 10
Board & Staff of MLTC & RILTC Members*
** Students may apply for a scholarship to waive this $15 fee. Click here to apply. Priority will be given to applications received before February 26th.
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American Farmland Trust
Beals and Thomas
Berkshire Natural Resources Council
Essex County Greenbelt Association
Green Energy Consumers Alliance
Land Stewardship, Inc.
Nantucket Conservation Foundation
New England Forestry Foundation
Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank (RIIB)
Sheriff's Meadow Foundation
Sudbury Valley Trustees
UMass Forest Conservation Program
University of RI Coastal Institute (CI)
The Community Preservation Coalition at The Trust for Public Land
The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts
Durand & Anastas Environmental Strategies
Franklin Land Trust
Horsley Witten Group
Kestrel Land Trust
Landscape - Land Conservation Software
Narragansett Bay Research Reserve
Rhode Island Sea Grant
Save The Bay
The Trust for Public Land
Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council