Save the date! September 28-29, 2021

This year, the Salazar Center’s annual symposium will once again focus on large landscape connectivity, with special attention paid to cross-boundary landscapes and multinational conservation efforts. We’ll highlight how protected areas, habitat and migration corridors, and community-based conservation efforts can and should benefit from cooperation among nations, convening a broad group of policy leaders, practitioners, and researchers who work on and around borders. Look for announcements of keynote speakers, panels, and other agenda details in the coming weeks!

The Thriving Cities Challenge final pitch fest will also take place at the symposium.

Please note: In order to ensure the health and safety of all participants, the Center has not yet determined whether this event will be held virtually, in person, or in a hybrid format. Stay tuned for details.

Dates

Date Start Time End Time
Sep. 28, 2021
Sep. 29, 2021

Contact Information

Catie Boehmer: catie.boehmer@colostate.edu

Key Themes

  • Connectivity
  • Crossing boundaries
  • Healthy landscapes
  • Large landscapes