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The inaugural Salazar Center International Symposium on Conservation Impact will establish a forum to track, incent, recognize, and reward progress on conservation challenges across North America. It will convene thought leaders from the arenas of conservation policy, practice, and research around the theme of landscape connectivity. Together, we will explore opportunities to connect and collaborate across urban and rural, public and private, and wild and working lands; how landscape-scale conservation is critical to environmental and human health; and what opportunities and challenges exist surrounding their conservation and stewardship. Speakers include Gary Tabor (Center for Large Landscape Conservation), former Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, and CSU Chancellor Tony Frank, with more dynamic speakers from the US, Mexico, and Canada to be announced soon!

The Center will also launch a competitive prize for conservation impact at the symposium. The prize is one way in which the Salazar Center is pursuing bold new incentives to advance impactful, community-based conservation partnerships that support conservation at scale. Symposium attendees will be present for the launch of the award. 

When: Tuesday, September 24, 2019 | 8:00am - 5:30pm
Where: McNichols Civic Center Building, Denver, CO

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The symposium is made possible by support from CSU, the Biennial of the Americas, the Bohemian Foundation, and a number of individual donors. For more information on how you can support the symposium or become involved with the event, please contact Catie Boehmer at

Stay tuned! More details coming soon. 

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Contact info:
Our offices at CSU in Fort Collins are in the NE corner of Johnson Hall on the second floor (Room 201), where we are hosted by the School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES). The Center also has an office in the CSU Denver Center at 17th and Glenarm.

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