Abstract Submittal: Connecting Communities and Ecosystems in Restoration Practice
We are now accepting abstracts for talks and posters to be considered for inclusion in our October 2018 conference on "Connecting Communities and Ecosystems in Restoration Practice." UPDATE: The deadline has passed for submitting an abstract for talks. We will continue to accept abstracts for posters until September 15, 2018.

This meeting is co-hosted by the Society for Ecological Restoration (New England + Mid-Atlantic chapters), Save the Sound / Connecticut Fund for the Environment, Southern Connecticut State University, Common Ground High School, and Yale University's Urban Resources Initiative.

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At this conference, we will highlight innovative projects and thinking that focuses on connecting communities---which can include humans or other living things---within and across ecosystems. The conference will be held in urban New Haven, a designated Environmental Justice community set within an ecologically essential coastal matrix. The vibrant network of organizations in this region have supported numerous upland and aquatic restoration projects that will also be featured.

Selected talks will be delivered during concurrent sessions on Friday, October 12, 2018. Each oral presenter will have approximately 20 minutes, including 15 minutes for a talk and 5 minutes for questions. The selected posters will be displayed and presented during a “Poster Pub,” to be held early Friday evening.

Abstracts for talks are due August 3, 2018.

Poster abstracts may be submitted until September 15. For more information on the conference, see: https://chapter.ser.org/newengland/2018-regional-conference-overview/. If you have questions about an abstract or the conference program, please contact dburchsted@keene.edu.

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