Oklahoma Conservation Summit
13301 S Pennsylvania Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73170
The Oklahoma Conservation Task Force will host a Conservation Summit Aug. 18 at the Moore-Norman Technology Center South Penn campus in Oklahoma City.
The summit is open to individuals and organizations engaged in conservation to share successes and plan future collaborations to enhance Oklahoma’s natural heritage. Congressman Frank Lucas will begin the day with a national perspective of conservation policy. The afternoon will consist of break-out sessions to address the state’s conservation issues. For the full agenda, please visit noble.org/events/oklahoma-conservation-summit/.
This statewide effort will focus on three collaborative objectives: enhance the development of conservation in Oklahoma, coordination of research, and communication. In addition, the task force will identify and address major state conservation goals, develop models of success for specific topics, and develop informational resources and messaging to provide critical information to the general public, those involved in conservation, and the next generation.
There is no registration fee, but preregistration is required. For more information and to register, please visit noble.org/events/oklahoma-conservation-summit/, or contact J. Adam Calaway by email or phone (580-224-6209).