National Mitigation and Conservation Banking Conference — Call for papers!

Next year’s national swamp swappers confab is gathering steam.  Coming to Austin, Texas, May 3-6, 2010, the 12th annual  National Mitigation and Conservation Banking Conference is the place to be if you have an interest in environmental mitigation banking and the ecosystem services industry.  Restoration Systems has been a sponsor and attendee for a decade.  It would be difficult to overestimate the benefits of RS’ attendance and involvement in this event.   In fact, each year it becomes more important for our firm to attend the Conference — particularly since our expansion effort began.

So, get your presentations in by October 15th.   All it takes at this point to be considered is a simple paragraph explaining an area of the mitigation field on which you care to propound for ten minutes.  (No need to put together your PowerPoint until the night before.)    I am on the Steering Committee and help review the submissions — so let me know if you want some pointers for making the program.

See you in Texas.. .partner;)

Explore, Learn & Network at the only National conference on mitigation, conservation and ecosystem markets. This is THE conference for you if you are involved in – or have an interest in – mitigation, conservation and ecosystem banking and the related emerging markets.

What attendees are saying….

“I had only two days of the four days and wish it had been possible to attend all four days”

“The Conference was very good.  My 3rd one and I will continue to attend others.”

“As a regulator, I was able to exchange ideas and experiences with other regulators …as well as get to know the bankers better – thank you!”

“This was my first Mitigation Banking Conference, so I was a novice. I learned much from this conference and met the kinds of people I needed to connect with regarding banking units, pricing, values, options and am very pleased I was able to attend”

“Loved the access to the top regulators and the general “feel” of the conference.”

“Attending the conference had a positive effect on my bottom line — and the quality of my mitigation — thanks.”

“Overall great conference!”