23rd Massachusetts Land Conservation Conference
The conference offers 30+ workshops to choose from for everyone interested in protecting Massachusetts landscapes and landmarks.
Plus, Lunchtime Discussion: Creative Land Conservation Tools (11:55 am – 12:35 pm) has been added to the program. Click here to learn more.
The Massachusetts Land Conservation Conference provides an opportunity for staff and volunteers from land trusts, urban and rural community groups, colleagues from federal, state and local government agencies, students, and philanthropists to participate in a full day of workshops and discussions that focus on fostering a green future in MA through land conservation and greening strategies.
We are proud to announce that this year's Keynote Speaker will be Catherine Tumber, author of Small, Gritty, and Green: The Promise of America’s Smaller Industrial Cities in a Low-Carbon World (MIT Press, 2012). Tumber is also a visiting scholar in Northeastern University’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and a Fellow with the Gateway Cities Innovation Institute, Massachusetts Institute for a New Commonwealth.
View the 2013 Conference Brochure (pdf).
Licensed Foresters - Get approved continuing education credits! The Massachusetts Forester Licensing Board has assigned 5.75 credits to the MA Land Conservation Conference.
The Massachusetts Land Conservation Conference is convened by:
The Trustees of Reservations and the Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition