LEGACY 2011 Environmental Partnership Conference

About The Conference 

The Legacy Environmental Partnership Conference has a tradition of bringing together a diverse group of Alabama citizens who are interested in our environment. Cutting edge themes and quality presentations that are Alabama specific spark educational and exciting discussions on the latest environmental issues. Attending the Conference provides you with the opportunity to learn about environmental initiatives happening around the state and to network with others who are also striving to protect the natural resources of our beautiful state. 
This year’s theme, “Alabama and the Oil Spill: Exploring Cause and Effect” will explore the Deepwater Horizon oil spill from a continuum perspective. 
 Attracted Audience 
Each year, the Legacy Partnership Conference attracts educators, environmental organizations, government officials, association executives, small business owners, business and industry representatives, and individuals interested in the environment. 
Registration Information
This year, the conference registration fee is $50. The fee covers all conference sessions including the Grant Writing Workshop and the reception and dinner on Thursday, breakfast and lunch on Friday. Please visit our website to register online and pay with a credit card. The registration fee does not include lodging. 
Reservations for your lodging needs can be made by contacting the Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge at (800) 548-4553. The conference room rate is $90.00 per night. Be sure to indicate that you will be attending Legacy’s Environmental Partnership Conference and mention the Booking ID #2296 in order to receive this discounted rate. The deadline for reservations is January 21, 2011. Reservations made after the deadline are subject to an increase in rates at the discretion of the hotel. 
About Legacy 
Legacy’s mission is to help create environmentally responsible citizens through balanced, fact-based education that considers diverse views. Legacy operates under the principle of a “partnership,” by bringing together all groups interested in Alabama’s environment. The organization coordinates various programs aimed at educating Alabama citizens about their natural resources.
For more conference information and to register online,
visit Legacy’s website at www.legacyenved.org. 
Tentative Agenda 
Thursday, February 24 
1:00 Registration Begins 
1:30 Grant Writing Workshop 
2:00 Legacy Board Meeting 
6:00 Welcome Reception 
7:00 Dinner 
Friday, February 25 
8:00 Breakfast 
8:45 Dr. George Crozier 
Short Term Impacts and Long Term
Implications of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill 
9:30 Dr. Charles Haynes
Environmental Considerations in Oil and Gas
10:15 Break 
11:00 Dr. Nick Tew 
12:00 Lunch

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