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NAPPC Conference Registration
I will attend (full agenda available at: http://pollinator.org/nappc/agenda.htm):
Tuesday, October 21st
(Optional) Optional Great Falls Park Field Trip in McLean, VA: $50 with 50 person limit - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
VIP Evening Reception at the beautiful USDA Whitten Building Patio - 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Wednesday, October 22nd
Public Session and NAPPC Member-only Working Session – USDA - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday, October 23rd
Final NAPPC Member-only Working Session – 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM
Choose from the list the Task Force you'd like to join.
Check ONLY ONE box next to the Task Force you'd like to join.
Pesticide Education – Making adjustments to the beta field-test of the pesticide applicator training model and distributing the program nationally throughout the US.
Bee Health – Determine priority criteria for 2015 Bee Health Grants and develop a sponsorship plan to increase support and partnerships for bee health research. Work to develop Bee MD APP.
Canadian Pollinators – Increase local and regional awareness of NAPPC within Canada and Canadian pollinator initiatives, organize and host a follow-up local/regional Canadian pollinator meeting.
Carnivorous Plants – Develop outreach and education plan and poster for the pollinators of carnivorous plants, increase understanding of pollinators in unique ecosystems.
Urban Pollinators – Expanding pollinator gardens in urban areas and promoting urban agriculture. Also working to print and distribute urban pollinator poster.
Pollinator Webinars – Developing a series of webinars that can be used and distributed by NAPPC partners to provide outreach and education on key issues (pollinators 101, planting a pollinator garden, CCD and honey bee health, pollinators and pesticides
Vector-Born Diseases – Increase understanding of disease transmission mitigations and how they affect pollinator populations, develop management guidelines for municipalities, and develop publications for the Journal of Vectorology.
Forage and Nutrition – Support the development of increased acres of bee forage in key regions, work to increase access to existing potential forage for beekeepers.
NAS NRC Study – Revisit and update the 2006 NAS study on The Status of Pollinators in North America.
Roadside Pollinator Plants – Develop guidelines for regional seed mixes that can be used by Departments/Ministries of Transportation to effectively promote key pollinators (monarchs) along roadsides.
Bee Friendly Farming – Promote Bee Friendly Farming registration through collaboration with NRCS and other local agencies that support on-farm habitat for pollinators.
Bumble Bees – Develop effective analysis to certify clean stock in captive breeding techniques for Bombus in North America.
(Optional) Copy and paste a 1,000 character or less biography here. It will be available to other NAPPC participants in the Briefing Documents. Please write in paragraph form in the third person
I would like to help by volunteering at the conference.
If yes, select one or more:
Tuesday Field Trip
Tuesday Evening Reception
Wednesday Morning Registration
Thursday Morning Registration
How do you plan to pay for your registration?
NAPPC CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE:
Early: $295 until COB Aug. 29
Regular: $350 until COB Sept. 19
Late: $395 until COB Oct. 10
FIELD TRIP (first come, first serve): Suggested Fee: $50