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February 2020: Wetland Workshop on February 11. ND Chapter of the Wildlife Society annual meeting February 12-14.
The ND Chapter of the Wildlife Society’s Annual Meeting will be February 13-15, 2019 at the Baymont Inn and Suites in Mandan. Registration for the event is now open. Register early – the registration fee will increase by $15 after February 8th.
Use this link to register for the ND Chapter of the Wildlife Society’s annual meeting: https://northdakotachapterofthewildlifesociety.wildapricot.org/Upcoming-Events
Registration fees include meals for the Wednesday evening Fundraising Event and the Thursday Evening Awards Banquet. If you would like to attend the Student/Professional Luncheon be sure to include that in your registration as it is not part of the registration fee.
DON’T FORGET – your registration does not include your membership dues. You can also renew and pay your membership dues online.
Take a sneak peak at the 2019 Tentative Agenda.
Thank you so much for your continued support of the Chapter, we look forward to seeing you in February.
Fundraising Items Needed – Annual Meeting is February 13-15, 2019
The Fundraising Committee would like to thank all the members that have supported the annual auction in the past. It is not too early to start thinking about the upcoming annual auction and donation of auction items. The fundraiser provides the financial foundation for the activities of the Chapter for the coming year. So help support the Chapter by putting your craft skills to work, dust off those prints/books/antiques that are in your closet or under your bed and bring them to the annual meeting. Handmade items are always welcome! As always, the committee is interested in your ideas and suggestions on how to improve this event and keep it enjoyable and exciting for all. Contact: Alegra Powers if you have items to donate: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chapter will once again hold a GUN RAFFLE. Be on the lookout for your tickets and start thinking of who might want to buy a few. If you did not receive any and would like to participate contact Alegra Powers at email@example.com.
CALL FOR ANNUAL MEETING PAPERS and POSTERS – ND Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting
The Program Committee of the North Dakota Chapter of The Wildlife Society invites regular and student members to present papers and posters on natural resource issues at the Annual Meeting; February 13-15, 2019 in Mandan, ND at the Baymont Inn & Suites. The goal of the Annual Meeting is to bring together wildlife professionals and students to discuss research and issues relating to wildlife conservation and management in the state and beyond. If you are interested in presenting a paper or poster at the meeting, please send an abstract including: Title, Author(s) Name, Address, Phone Number, Email Address, and a brief description of the topic to Rick Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15, 2018. Students are highly encouraged to present a paper or poster
There will be a Women in Conservation Social Event at NDSU (Memorial Union Badlands Room) on November 14, 2018 from 6-8pm. A perfect opportunity for students to network with professionals in a field they are interested in as a future career. See flyer for additional details and please help spread the word!
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) releases “Plowprint Report” – The purpose of the Plowprint analysis is to identify remaining intact habitat across the Great Plains. This is done by tracking cumulative loss of grassland to cropland over time. WWF is estimating cumulative loss of grasslands because the conversion of intact grasslands represents a significant ecological loss that cannot easily be recovered. WWF is dedicated to eliminating grassland loss in the Northern Great Plains by 2030 to ensure a vibrant future for the human and wildlife communities across the region.