2010 HOW Great Lakes Restoration Conference

Buffalo, New York
Wednesday, September 22, 2010






 HOSTED BY THE HOW COALITION

2010 HOW Great Lakes Restoration Conference
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 1:00 PM -
Friday, September 24, 2010 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Adams Mark Buffalo Niagara
716-517-9987
120 Church Street
Buffalo, New York 14202
United States

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The registration fee for the 2010 Conference is $120. This fee includes the following:
  • All conference materials
  • Field trip of your choice on Wednesday, September 22nd.
  • Breakfast and lunch on September 23rd and 24th
  • Dock side reception for the Tall Ships Challenge on Thursday, September 23rd
  • Drinks and awards dinner at the Templeton Landing on Thursday, September 23rd
After September 10, 2010 a late fee of $40 will be charged.

Optional dinner and boat cruise with Buffalo Niagara Riverkeepers
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  • Optional dinner and boat cruise on the Miss Buffalo on Wednesday, September 22nd. Price not included in registration fee. Cost is $25. Space is limited so sign up early!
If you are interested in purchasing an exhibitor table at the conference please contact Martha Borie Wood at martha@healthylakes.org. If you would be interested in sponsoring and receiving an exhibitor table for free along with other opportunities, please proceed to the sponsorship tab.

HOW travel scholarships are available upon request but one must be registered to be considered. If interested, please email Martha Borie Wood at martha@healthylakes.org or call 312.263.0111 x 4.

  • Scholarships are awarded for up to $300 in travel and lodging, and do not include the registration fee. Please indicate on the registration form that you are interested. Scholarships are given on a first come, first served basis.
Want to carpool?

Lourdes College, located just west of Toledo, is planning to charter a bus to and from the HOW Conference.  The tentative departure time would be approximately 1:30 a.m. on September 23rd, with stops in Cleveland (OH) and Erie (PA).  It would depart from Buffalo for Toledo in the late afternoon on Saturday, September 25th.
This mode of transportation would be a great way to limit conference-related travel costs as well as carbon emissions for attendees from Southeast Michigan, Northeast Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania
For further information, contact Glenn Odenbrett at the National Center for Science and Civic Engagement:
glenn.odenbrett@ncsce.net


 

Contact Information

  • Martha Borie Wood
    Phone: 312-263-0111 x4,
    Email: martha@healthylakes.org

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