Land conservation conference looms

Maryland Environmental Trust event targets land trusts and nonprofits

(Kim Hairston )
May 10, 2012|Tim Wheeler

Representatives of land trusts and conservation groups are expected to gather May 15 in Columbia for a statewide conference on the challenges of saving land in Maryland.

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman is scheduled to keynote the all-day event, which is hosted by the Maryland Environmental Trust.

The conference, which runs from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., is open to the public, though it'll cost $60 per person to cover all meals and admission to the sessions, including the trust's award ceremony and celebration. It will be held at the new Robinson Nature Center at 6692 Cedar Lane, Columbia.

Advance registration is required by Friday, May 11.  For the agenda, go here.  To sign up, go here.

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