NAPPC Member Conference Registration

Registration Cost:

EARLY BIRD ends August 29: $300

REGULAR ends September 26: $375

LATE ends October 11: $425

Optional Field Trip: $40


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Tuesday, October 22nd Optional Field Trip - Smithsonian National Zoological Park - 10 AM to 2 PM
Welcome Reception - US Botanic Garden - 6 PM to 8 PM
Wednesday, October 23rd Speaker Session and NAPPC Working Session – US Department of Interior - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Reception and Award Ceremony - the Smithsonian Castle - 6 to 8 PM
Thursday, October 24th Final NAPPC Working Session - US Department of Interior – 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM

Choose from the list the Task Force you'd like to join. 

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Check ONLY ONE box next to the Task Force you'd like to join. Bee Friendly Farming – Promote Bee Friendly Farming registration through collaboration with private agricultural and local agencies that support on-farm habitat for pollinators.
Honey Bee Health - Determine priority criteria for 2020 Bee Health Grants and develop a sponsorship plan to increase support and partnerships for bee health research. Develop phase two of The BeeMD APP.
Imperiled Bombus Conservation - Bumble bees are critical to ecosystems and food systems. This group will identify hot topics (ex. competition with honey bees) and priorities for how to mitigate their consequences (ex. Bombus health grant program).
Monarch – Focus on monarch communications and engaging broad stakeholders to promote the monarch butterfly, in alignment with the Monarch Joint Venture. The taskforce will work with the MJV Communications Working Group to determine monarch priorities.
NAPPC 20th Anniversary Celebration – NAPPC’s 20th anniversary will take place in 2020. This task force will work to capitalize on this milestone through special celebrations, awards, and recognition for NAPPC accomplishments.
Pesticide Education – Determine how pesticide registration and regulation can be used as a tool to protect and promote pollinator health.
Pollinators on Managed Lands - Encourage pollinator habitat on transportation, utility ROW, and renewable energy landscapes. Expand support for hosting honey bee hives on managed landscapes and explore research questions surrounding native bee competition
Selecting Plants for Pollinators - Explore pollinator friendly practices for producing plant materials and accessibility for consumers. Determine how to market past task force products identify target audiences, and establish dissemination goals.
Urban Pollinators – Expand pollinator gardens in urban areas, promote rooftop gardens, and engage youth. Identify strong citizen science projects and how they can be promoted and best utilized to produce meaningful data.
(Optional) Copy and paste a 1,000 character or less biography here. It will be available to other NAPPC participants in the Briefing Documents. Please write in paragraph form in the third person
If you would like to be considered to give a brief (3 minute) talk on Thursday, Oct 24th, please state the title of your talk.
I would like to help by volunteering at the conference. Yes
If yes, select one or more: Tuesday Evening Reception
Wednesday Morning Registration
Thursday Morning Registration
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