Call for Abstracts

The Alpine: Bellwether of Change
8th Northeast Alpine Stewardship Gathering

November 1 ; 3, 2013

MERE and the Waterman Fund is now accepting abstracts for oral and poster presentations on topics on alpine stewardship and research in the NE US and Canada.

For each submission (multiple submissions considered) please include:

● 400 word or less abstract outlining presentation goals.
● Contact information: name, address, phone number, email, affiliation(s).
● Proposed format of your presentation (oral presentation, panel, or poster).

All submissions should be sent electronically to:
Peter Palmiotto
ppalmiotto@antioch.edu
Subject: 8th Alpine Stewardship Gathering

Deadline: October 1, 2013 (until spaces are full)

The Northeast Alpine Stewardship Gathering is an opportunity for alpine researchers, planners, managers, stewards, and interested parties to gather, share, and improve the understanding of the alpine areas in the Northeast United States.

Sargent Center, Hancock, NH 

With Key Addresses by: 

Michael Jones and Liz Willey
Eastern Alpine Guide: A Vision for Collaborative Conservation

and

Amy Seidl
Environmental pragmatism and stewardship in the 21st Century

Hosted by
MERE Project, Environmental Studies Department
Antioch University New England
and
The Waterman Fund

for more information, contact Peter Palmiotto
or 603-283-2338

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Monadnock Ecological Research and Education

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