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Louisiana’s National Hunting and Fishing Day events are free. Each location’s event varies but all include exhibits on LDWF’s research and conservation efforts, shooting and fishing demonstrations, and exhibits from local chapters of Ducks Unlimited, the Safari Club, and the Coastal Conservation Association, as well as local businesses. Attendees can try their skills at the shooting ranges, fishing ponds, and boating activities and learn about wildlife with live animal demonstrations.
- Baton Rouge: Waddill Outdoor Education Center — 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
- Minden: Bodcau Shooting Range — 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
- Monroe: Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge — 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
- Woodworth: Woodworth Shooting Range — 8:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Keep Louisiana Beautiful’s State Conference is an annual educational training and networking forum welcoming all individuals, Keep America Beautiful Affiliates, universities, state and local governmental agencies, community and business partners, and non-profit organizations. Attendees can look forward to learning about proven practices and innovative programs designed to achieve a cleaner, greener, and more resilient Louisiana.
Help celebrate 25 years of Ocean Commotion in the Fall of 2023 at LSU’s Pete Maravich Assembly Center for a day of sharing environmental and coastal knowledge with K-8 students.
The Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics (LATM) and the Louisiana Science Teachers Association (LSTA) invite you to attend, present a session and/or exhibit during our 2023 Joint Conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 2nd – 3rd at the Raising Cane’s Baton Rouge River Center. We expect approximately 500 formal and informal math and science educators and administrators from pre-K through college levels to attend.
The annual conference provides professional development and networking opportunities for all math and science educators throughout the state of Louisiana. Scroll down below to learn more about the conference.
This is the second Gulf of Mexico Coral Reef Symposium (the first was held at Rice in 2018). The goals of this symposium are to gather information on current and past research on the northern Gulf of Mexico reefs, establish region-wide research goals (especially at the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary), and facilitate interdisciplinary research collaborations.
Please join us at the CERF 2023 conference in Portland, Oregon, USA, 12–16 November 2023 to network, celebrate our work, learn from each other, and grow within our amazing field as we endeavor to connect science and society in the collective goals of preserving coastal and estuarine habitats, resources, and heritage.
We come together in an inclusive and welcoming space to network, celebrate our work, learn from each other, and grow within our amazing field as we endeavor to connect science and society with collective goals of preserving coastal and estuarine habitats, resources, and heritage. We hope you will join the large international group of scientists and researchers who will be attending the event in Portland, Oregon 12–16 November 2023.