CPNPP 2016 Annual Meeting: March 22-23
Courtyard Marriot, 600 Clubhouse Drive, Page, AZ 86040
Meeting reservation Number: 877-905-4495
**Meeting lodging rates are available through February. Mention Colorado Plateau Native Plant Program Annual Meeting.
No registration Fee for Conference
- Choose a lunch option for each day
- Fill in credit card authorization form and submit via email/fax/mail/call:
Rochelle Turpen, Sales & Catering Manager
Courtyard by Marriot Lake Powell
600 Clubhouse Drive, Page, AZ 86040
Tel: (928) 645-5000 Fax: (928) 645-5004
- Responses and payment due by March 15, 2016
Contact Adrienne Pilmanis (801)539-4076 to reserve a booth or sponsor refreshments.
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CPNPP Annual Meeting
April 17, 2015 8am-noon; Eldorado Hotel, Santa Fe, NM
The 2014 CPNPP Annual Science Meeting was held in May 2014 at the University of Utah's Rio Mesa Research Center in eastern Utah. A glorious setting with brand new tent cabins and meeting room complemented intellectual discussions on research results and future directions. Many thanks to Rio Mesa’s Director Zach Lundeen and manager Hau Quan Trong for making the meeting possible and to Troy Wood and Andrea Kramer for coordinating. Presentations & notes forthcoming.
2014 Colorado Plateau Native Plant Program (CPNPP) Annual Meeting was held in Grand Junction, CO April 8 – 10. This was a great conference with a lot of dynamic discussion and interaction. Much appreciation goes to Troy Wood and Andrea Kramer (who stood in for retired CPNPP Coordinator Wayne Padgett) for coordinating the conference and field trip. The agenda and presentations are available here.
12th Biennial Conference of Science and Management on the Colorado Plateau was held at the Du Bois Center on the campus of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff September 16-19, 2013. This conference, which occurs every other year, is designed to bring managers and researchers together to discuss management needs and current research associated with both the natural and cultural resources of the Colorado Plateau.