East Brunswick area conservation conference planned

January 9, 2019 by  

New Jersey’s farmland and other open spaces are considered by many to be some of its most valuable resources. Conserving these areas for future generations will be the focus of the 23rd Annual New Jersey Land Conservation Rally, which will be on offer this April near East Brunswick.

The symposium, which is open to anyone who is interested, will include an assortment of presentations and workshops. In the past, the event has attracted not-for-profit organizations that work in the field of conservation, as well as representatives from a variety of government agencies, students, private companies, and members of the public.

The day is scheduled to begin at 7:00 am, which is when the different exhibitors will be setting up their displays. Check-in starts at 8:00 am, and after they have registered, the delegates will be welcome to enjoy a continental breakfast while they network with one another. The first workshop will begin at 9:00 am, and lunch will be served at noon, which will include remarks from the keynote speaker. The presentations will continue throughout the afternoon, and the day will wrap up at 4:00 pm with a networking social.

An event like this can offer companies, not-for-profit groups and other a chance to learn and share best practices. Professionally crafted business cards will make it easy for the delegates to share their contact details with one another.

The Hyatt Regency New Brunswick will be the location for the New Jersey Land Conservation Rally. It will be held on April 12.