Join us in celebrating a decade of the Nebraska Natural Legacy Project at Natural Legacy Conference 2015!
Come learn what is new with mountain lions, river otters, owls, grassland birds, amphibians, pollinators, native oak tree regeneration, and more!
The Natural Legacy Project invites natural resource professionals, conservationists, Natural Resource
and Biological Science students, and land managers and owners to gather in central Nebraska
to learn about important actions taking place in the state for wildlife habitat and at-risk species.
This year’s gathering will happen at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Kearney, NE
In addition to informative talks and the opportunity to collaborate with researchers and colleagues,
there will be guided tours of Audubon’s Rowe Sanctuary and the scenic Rainwater Basin Wetlands.
Lunch, coffee, pastries, and snacks will be provided each day of the Conference.
Your FREE registration also includes dinner on the night of September 29. Register today!
Contact Melissa Panella for more information.
You may wish to secure lodging at the Holiday Inn–Kearney (110 S 2nd Ave, Kearney, NE 68847; 308-237-5971).
A block of rooms will be held for participants of the conference until August 28, 2015.
If you are an employee of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission who will need a sleeping room reservation,
please contact Melissa Panella directly before August 28 with your room request.
Natural Legacy Conference Presenters represent:
- Audubon Nebraska
- Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
- Lauritzen Gardens
- Ducks Unlimited
- Nebraska Breeding Bird Atlas
- Nebraska Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit
- Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
- Oak Woodland Alliance
- Quail Forever
- Rainwater Basin Joint Venture
- Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory
- Saline Wetlands Conservation Partnership
- Sandhills Task Force
- School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
- South Dakota State University
- The Nature Conservancy
- The Xerces Society
- University of Colorado
- U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
- Wayne State College
Naomi Edelson, Director of State and Federal Wildlife Partnerships with the National Wildlife Federation