2012 Annual Meeting
Minnesota Association of Conservation Professionals (MNACP) held its Annual Conference at Camp Ripley on Friday, March 2, 2012. This year’s theme featured “Resilient Lands and Waters: effectively coping with change.” We heard from a variety of six leading voices for conservation: Stephen Polasky, U of M Professor; Tom Gillaspy, MN State Demographer; Mike Duval, DNR Fisheries Biologist; Scott Sparlin, Coalition for a Clean Minnesota River; Julie Westerlund, DNR Clean Water Coordinator; and Brian Stenquist, MNACP.
Speaker Presentations: http://www.slideshare.net/MNACP
Bios and Video
- Polasky: Ecosystem mgmt in an era of global change, Polasky Curriculum Vitae
- Gillaspy: Aging and Household Size, MN Work Force and Fertility, New Normal and Training Youth
- Westerlund: The Watershed Game 1, The Watershed Game 2
About MNACPMNACP is an independent association of current or former resource or conservation professionals whose mission is to promote science-based stewardship of natural resources including air, water, land, native plants, fish, and wildlife and to support aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem.
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