Miami conference to discuss restoring world’s tropical forests

October 16, 2018 by  

Whether it’s from climate change, deforestation or pressure due to invasive species, the world’s tropical forests may be facing tough times, and a Miami area conference will be bringing people together who want to make a difference.

A five-day symposium will follow a theme of ‘Expanding the Footprint’, and one of its main area of focus will be the restoration of pinelands that have previously been impacted by human activities. Everyone who attends will have an opportunity to add their voice to the discussion, and the goal is for those who participate to take what they have learned and use it for the benefit of the tropical forests in their own home area.

The agenda for the event includes presentations, mixers and also field trips to assorted locations to gain firsthand experience on the topics that will be up for discussion. Delegates will discover the latest information about the world’s forests, as well as how humans are impacting them and what is being done to help.

The Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, which can be found in Coral Gables, will be hosting this special event. Planning a large event like this can be made easier with the aid of area print shops, which can offer everything from banners to presentations folders, lanyards, and other swag.

Delegates will be coming in from all over to participate in this conference, which will begin on October 30. It is open to anyone who is interested.

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