RM-CESU Calendar of Events
November 15-16, 2016, RM-CESU Fall Executive Committee Meeting and Campus Vist to Boisie State, Boise, ID.
June 14-16, 2016 CESU Network National Meeting, National Conservation Training Center, Shepherdstown, West Virginia The 2016 CESU Network National Meeting brings together the CESU Network Council, the CESU Directors, and partners from across the nation. This year's sessions include discussions about partnerships that cross international and agency boundaries, presentations about successful CESU projects conducted at multiple geographic scales, and meetings focused on programmatic needs and future strategic directions of the CESU Network. Meeting Link.
Partner Calendar of Events
January 8-11, 2018: Pathways Africa, Windhoek, Namibia, Colorado State University and The Cheetah Conservation Fund are co-hosting the 2018 Pathways Africa Conference and Training (Namibia) in partnership with the Large Carnivore Management Association of Namibia and the Namibia Nature Foundation.
October 3-5, 2017: National Wilderness Workshop, in the beautiful gateway to the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains, Russellville Arkansas. This is the premier gathering of wilderness stewardship organizations, federal agencies, and wilderness academics to learn and discuss current wilderness issues, network among like-minded professionals, and seek solutions to pressing wilderness problems.
September 17-20, 2017: Pathways 2007, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO. Pathways is a conference and training program designed to address the myriad of issues that arise as people and wildlife struggle to coexist in a sustainable and healthy manner. We invite you to join us in this critical wildlife conservation effort. Our mission is to increase professionalism and effectiveness in the human dimensions of fisheries and wildlife management field. Conference is hosted by Colorado State University, in partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
September 17-20, 2017: 14th Biennial Conference of Science & Management on the Colorado Plateau & Southwest Region, Flagstaff, AZ. his year’s conference will continue to be a forum that brings together resource managers and research scientists to discuss the new findings, information needs, and possible solutions to the challenges confronting the lands, resources, and cultures of the Southwest. Global change, energy development, and human population growth in the Southwest affect water availability, natural systems, and the social character of the region.