Joint-Event Highlights between ACCESS 2019 & Cold Regions Living Shorelines Community of Practice 

  • Jeffrey K. King, PhD, PE, Deputy National Lead for Engineering With NatureĀ® Initiative with the US Army Corps of Engineers, CRLS CoP keynote speaker, Monday, May 6th

  • Dr. Ariana Sutton-Grier, Director of Science at The Nature Conservancy (MD/DC), CERF/ACCESSkeynote speaker, Thursday, May 9th    

  • Indigenous-led Perspectives session, Wednesday, May 8th

  • FREE public & practitioner, Tech-Vendor Trade Show & Reception, Loyola Conference Hall, Wednesday May 8th

  • ACCESS 2019 Opening Reception held in the Discovery Centre’s Ocean Gallery, Thursday May 9th

  • Mixer Pub-Night at Reg Stag Tavern, May 7th

  • ACCESS Call for Abstracts for poster and oral presenters here (Deadline April 15th)

  • Submit a workshop or poster for the Climate-Resilient Coastal Natural Infrastructure Workshop here

  • Cold Regions Living Shorelines Networking & Poster Refreshment Breaks, Monday-Wednesday

  • Pre-event overnight fieldtrip to multiple managed dyke realignment sites, May 4-5th

  • Lunch and refreshments are provided in the cost of registration

  • This event is wheelchair accessible

  • Parking is $15 daily. Please contact 902-420-5572 or click here and here for more information

  • For questions, contact Lydia.Ross@smu.ca

Accommodations

Saint Mary’s Dorm accommodations are blocked for $59.95. To book, contact:

Cambridge Suites offers a Saint Mary’s University Executive Professional Development Discount, please call 1-800-565-1263 to book.  Otherwise, please visit Tourism Nova Scotia for more details.

For more details please see the Saint Mary's University event website

https://news.smu.ca/coast-event-details


Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software