The ACCESS 2019 event, Thursday-Friday (May 9-10), facilitates and promotes annual student and professional oral and poster research around coastal and estuarine science.
This year’s Special Sessions are focused on coastal habitat restoration, climate change adaptation, and Indigenous-led coastal research.
Joins us May 9th for the Coastal & Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) keynote speaker, Dr. Ariana Sutton-Grier, Director of Science at The Nature Conservancy (MD/DC)!
ACCESS also invites you to join their Annual General Meeting for important upcoming decisions.
ACCESS 2019 Opening Reception is taking place Thursday, May 9th at the Discovery Centre’s Ocean Gallery, included in your ACCESS registration. To view the ACCESS program, click here. Check back regularly for program updates. Your ACCESS registration package includes Wednesday, May 8th, the day of overlap between the Cold Regions Living Shorelines Community of Practice (CRLS CoP)'s Climate-Resilient Coastal Natural Infrastructure Workshop.
Lunch and refreshments are covered in the cost of registration.
To create an inclusive event for professionals and students alike, costs are kept affordable in addition to offering Indigenous and student pricing.