2022 State Tribal Federal Coordination Meeting

 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN 

Abstract Submission Instructions

Deadline for Submitting an Abstract is Monday, June 13, 2022


Review Criteria and Process

All abstracts must address wetland-related issues relevant to the agenda topics for the 2022 Annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting:

    • Sharing the Marsh: Approaches to Engaging Under-Resourced and Minority Communities in Wetland Protection and Restoration
    • Staying Afloat: Regulatory Changes and Opportunities for States and Tribes
    • Building Your Nest: Developing a Community of Practice through Effective Outreach and Communications
    • Foraging for Funds: Sticking Your Straw into the Infrastructure Pot for Climate Resiliency 
    • Learning to Fly: Advances in Geospatial Tools and Technology
    • Passing the Will-O’-Wisp: Continuity and Mentorship for Staffing Changes
  • Presentations must be designed to share useful findings, case studies, practices or tools relevant to state, tribal and other wetland practitioners.
  • Presentations (other than those by invited guest speakers and panels) must fit within 30 minutes in length, including time for Q&A. Invited speakers and panels will be subject to other specific time constraints.
  • Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the NAWM State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting Planning Committee.
  • There is limited space available on the meeting agenda, therefore not all abstracts will be selected. Selection will be based on the task of developing a relevant, robust and well-balanced meeting agenda, covering a range of key topics of interest to attendees under the umbrella of the 2022 meeting’s adaptation and resiliency theme.
  • Abstracts should be 300 words or less and must be submitted by the June 13, 2022, deadline for consideration. Abstracts longer than 300 words in length will not be considered.
  • All submittals will receive a response about the status of their abstract by June 20, 2022.
  • For those abstracts selected for presentation at the meeting, a tentative date and time for each presentation will be sent to presenters by June 27, 2022. However, dates and times for presentations are subject to change within the conference dates, if needed.
  • Presenters will receive a formal invitation letter with meeting details and guidelines for their presentation. Presenters must confirm their participation by July 4, 2022.
  • Biography information must be in narrative format; resume format will not be accepted. (Please limit response to about 250 words or 950 characters.) Biography information can be submitted on the Abstract Form Here.

PLEASE NOTE: All accepted presenters must register for the NAWM State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Meeting. However, accepted presenters will receive NAWM's discounted membership registration rate. 

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Contact InformationNAWM

Agenda

Marla Stelk, Executive Director
National Association of Wetland Managers
(207) 892-3399;

General Information

Laura Burchill, Office Manager
National Association of Wetland Managers
500 Washington Avenue, Suite 201, Portland, ME 04103
(207) 892-3399; Fax: (207) 894-7992;