State of the Laguna Conference

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Save the Date!

Thursday March 29 through Sunday, April 1, 2007.

Nearly 18 years after the first State of the Laguna Conference led to the formation of the Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation, the Foundation will convene a second State of the Laguna Conference to discuss the future of Sonoma County’s most important wildlife area.

Addressing issues of water quality, wildlife habitat and biodiversity, flood protection, invasive species, outdoor recreation and other public concerns, the Conference will present the recommendations of Enhancing and Caring for the Laguna, a restoration and management plan for the Laguna watershed published by the Foundation in winter of 2006.

The four-day conference will include a two-day Science Symposium, where scientists and students will present and discuss current studies and future research directions in the Laguna watershed and the Santa Rosa Plain, followed by a full day of presentations and panel discussions with experts and public agency representatives on Saturday. Sunday will be dedicated to field tours of the Laguna, with docent and local expert led discussion. Attendees may choose to attend any or all days of the Conference.

Details and registration information will be available on our website, in mid-January. For more information, please contact Maggie Hart at (707) 527-9277 x107.

We look forward to seeing you at Sonoma State Cooperage on March 29th through April 1st!

State of the Laguna Conference 2007
Laguna de Santa Rosa Foundation
(707) 527-9277 x107