Campagne pour la protection des pollinisateurs en Amérique du Nord

October 20-22, 2010
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Washington, DC

It will take approxiamently 6 minutes to complete this registration.

Please have the following information on hand before beginning registration:
1.) 1,100 character or less biography (optional)
2.) Credit card information if you plan to pay your registration fee online. Your registration is not complete until payment has been received.
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I will attend:
Wednesday, October 20th, 8:00am to 4:30pm - One Day Open Symposium
Wednesday, October 20th, 5:00pm to 7:30pm - VIP Whitten Patio Evening Reception
Thursday, October 21st - 9:00am to 4:30pm - All Day Conference
Thursday, October 21st - 5:00pm to 7:30pm - VIP National Geographic Society Evening Reception
Friday, October 22nd - 8:00am to 2:30pm - Final Day Conference
You have the option of pasting a short biography in the box below. It will be available to other NAPPC participants in the Briefing Documents that will be distributed in October before the Conference.
Check ONLY ONE box next to the Task Force you'd like to join.
Agriculture - Prepare three brochures for farmers in Canada, US, and Mexico to access resources for government provisions and support for pollinators in agriculture.
Bombus - Create tri-national brochures on Bumble bees and expand on the Bombus White Paper.
Exhibit - Create a NAPPC exhibit for multiple uses including farmer’s markets, trade shows, government events, and county fairs, etc.
Gardens - Develop two brochures, one for Master Gardeners and one for public gardens. This Task Force will also compile visuals for web based garden resources.
Honey Bee Health - Award research grants if funding is secured, create professional beekeeper resource brochure, and disseminate best practices for professional beekeepers.
Land Managers - Develop brochure on land management resources for pollinator conservation.
Monarch - Support Monarch Action Plan tri-nationally and disseminate a monarch conservation brochure. Create roadside management regimens, private land monarch habitat materials, and ROW habitat monarchs.
NAFTA - Determine ways Mexico, Canada, and US can work through the NAFTA agreement to solidify pollinator importation policies, and other trade related support for pollinators.
Pesticides - Develop curriculum for professional applicators, disseminate brochures already prepared, and provide updates on SETAC Pellston.
Research, Databases and IABIN - Create and execute plan for database use and data harvest and initiate a monthly pollinator data and research online conference call.
Rights of Way - Disseminate ROW brochure, arrange to speak at 2 professional meetings and create and document demonstration for transportation corridor.
Youth Education - Develop a brochure on how to use pollinators in youth conservation education.
Registration Fees

Early Bird: Until Close of Business, Friday, September 3rd: $195.00

Regular: Until Close of Business, Friday, October 1st: $250.00

Late: Until Close of Business, Friday, October 13th: $300.00

How do you plan to pay for your registration?
Credit Card