“Pilina Mauli Ola – Connections that Offer Resilience and Hope” is the theme for the upcoming 2022 Hawaiʻi Conservation Conference. The event won’t occur until summertime, but don’t delay in drafting your abstract proposal because the deadline to submit is February 25.
Event organizers have created separate criteria for conservation research and management, and welcome presentations on work done directly for Hawaiian biocultural resources, as well as global knowledge that can be applied locally. The goal is to support and strengthen exchange and relationships between managers and researchers working collaboratively for improved conservation outcomes.
“This is a great opportunity to connect with potential collaborators across the Hawaiian Islands, and be inspired toward new projects that will benefit our native ecosystems!,” says Melissa Price of the Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Management.
Learn more about Submitting an Abstract for the conference, including the Abstract Mentoring Program for students and emerging professionals to receive support in honing their abstract writing skills.