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Natural Channel Systems Conference 2018
University of Guelph, 23rd-25th May 2018
Sustaining Connectivity: Exploring the Importance of Connectivity in Systems, Knowledge, Practice and Policy

Call for Graduate Student Poster Abstracts - Now Open

We are soliciting abstracts from graduate students working on research topics that will improve our understanding of watercourses and the relationship between hydrological, geomorphological, chemical and ecological processes. This is an opportunity to showcase your research to interested professionals, to get feedback, and connect with leaders in the industry. The Abstract submission deadline is Monday, March 5, 2018.

View the flyer for further information on the type of projects we are looking to showcase and submission details, or visit the Call for Graduate Student Poster section on our website.

Sponsorship and Exhibiting Opportunities

It’s Time to Showcase Your Line of Products, Services, and Recent Innovations

Exhibiting at the Natural Channels Conference enables you to cost-effectively reach your audience. Delegates are always looking for new information, products, and services to improve their operations—ensure that they do business with you by contracting a booth today.

This is the perfect platform to educate, inform, and engage the delegates and put your products and services directly into their hands. This event could not happen without the support of partners and exhibitors and we would love for you to become involved.

No matter what your budget is, there is a way to promote your organization to the many delegates, speakers and exhibitors, and display your organization’s commitment to a sustainable future. I hope you will consider supporting the 6th Natural Channel Systems Conference.

Check out the website for more information.

New This Year: Additional Learning Opportunities

We are finalizing four additional learning opportunities taking place on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.

  • Natural Channel Design Principles
  • Fish Passage and Sediment Dynamics
  • Tour of Natural Channel Projects throughout Guelph and the Tri-City Area
  • Class 2 Backpack Electrofishing Certification Course

You'll be able to register for these opportunities as part of the Conference Registration process, which is anticipated to open mid-February. Watch out for more details in our next upcoming newsletter and also on the Natural Channels website.

Keep an Eye out for Our Next Newsletter

The Natural Channels Conference Committee is in the final planning stage of the upcoming conference. We urge you to check-out our Program at a Glance. Please stay tuned for our upcoming newsletter where we will provide further details on:

  • Program
  • Registration details and launch
  • Accommodations

Contact Us

For any questions, please contact:

Karen Anderson
Conference Coordinator, 6th Conference on Natural Channel Systems
1‑888‑274‑1364 ext. 103


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