Concurrent Sessions

Photo by Ed Pembleton

Photo by Ed Pembleton

Conference attendees have a chance to learn from one another during concurrent session presentations taking place on Thursday, June 22 from 3:00 to 4:45pm, and on Saturday, June 24 from 10:30am to 12:15pm. Presenters will speak about a wide range of topics covering multiple disciplines. Download the full two page schedule below to see session topics and presenter information.

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Concurrent Session Formats:

Hands-on Presentations (90 minute) allow space and time for demonstrations, activities, discussion, and deeper exploration of a topic or theme.

Traditional Presentations (45 minutes) focus on a single topic or program, and typically include a talk followed by a short discussion.

Bright Spots Presentations (10 minutes) succinctly highlight specific programs, activities, and accomplishments. Three related sessions will be presented back to back during one 45-minute time block, with time for audience questions at the end.

Concurrent Session Topics:

  • The Art of Leopold
  • Creating an Inclusive Land Ethic
  • Engaging Thinking Communities
  • Land Ethic Higher Education
  • Land Ethic Youth Education
  • The Science of Leopold
  • Working Toward Land Health