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The State of the Coast (SOC) Conference is the largest statewide conference of its kind, providing an interdisciplinary forum to exchange timely and relevant information on the dynamic conditions of Louisiana’s coastal communities, environment, and economy. The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL), The Water Institute of the Gulf, and the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority of Louisiana (CPRA) have partnered to produce this forum, the need for which grows with every acre of land lost to the Gulf of Mexico.
SOC2023 consisted of three days of presentations by leading experts in concurrent sessions, keynote presentations, poster sessions, and networking opportunities. More than 1,200 scientists, landowners/managers, federal and state agency personnel, local officials, industry and business leaders, resource users, and interested citizens attended the sixth iteration of this biennial conference.
NAME (Northwest Aquatic and Marine Educators) is excited to be the host for the NMEA 2023 annual conference—a special event that brings together hundreds of professional educators dedicated to teaching about our marine, coastal and aquatic environments. NMEA members are a group of inspired, passionate people who promote the conservation, enjoyment, and wise use of our aquatic resources by teaching others. We look forward to showcasing our beautiful region through inspirational speakers, field adventures and excursions, engaging presentations, institutional collaborations, and community partnerships.
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The next Gulf of Mexico Conference will be Feb. 19-22, 2024, in Tampa, Florida.
This event will bring together coastal scientists and stakeholders in state and federal government, academia, non-profit, and private sectors to discuss current Gulf research and to help plan for the future of the Gulf. Emphasizing the intersection of science and management, GOMCON will include sessions on themes that are important to ecosystem and community resilience as well as restoration and natural resource management.
More info: The Gulf of Mexico Conference 2024