Conserving Fish and Wildlife Through Science, Technology, and Partnerships
The biennial George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites, GWS2013 is all about reflection, reconnection, and renewal — a week of stimulating discussion about leading-edge research, innovative practices, and foundational values.
Every two years, the George Wright Society organizes the USA’s premier interdisciplinary professional meeting on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites. By these three overlapping terms we mean a broad array of places, both “cultural” and “natural,” managed by different entities under a variety of designations:
The GWS is unique among professional organizations because our mission is to encourage dialogue and information exchange among all the people needed for protected area conservation, across all disciplines.
Want to share your work, your ideas, your ideals with the larger parks community? The GWS conference is the place to do it. We invite abstracts from people who want to:
This wide variety of options makes for an exciting, diverse program.