Scholarship Information

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THE DEADLINE FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS IS CLOSED. 

Purpose:

The Planning Committee feels it is important to increase the overall attendance and diversity represented at the first-ever global restoration symposium. Thanks to our generous sponsors, scholarships are being offered to esure that a diverse representation of practitioners and researchers, particularly those from developing nations, can attend. If you have extenuating financial circumstances, please apply for a scholarship and/or contact us directly. We want you to come!

 

Scholarship Details:

  • Eligible attendees include those from developing nations, as well as students from developed nations if funds allow. 
  • Participants with means to cover their own costs or with access to travel funding are discouraged from appying. 
  • Applicants must submit an abstract and be prepared to present at the Symposium. 

 

Registration fee includes:

  • Access to plenary sessions, concurrent sessions, and workshops. 
  • Scholarship package includes registration fee and hotel accommodations (double occupancy). 
  • Breakfast, lunch, and coffee/tea on primary meeting days: Tuesday (12/11), Wednesday (12/12), and Thursday (12/13). 
  • Receptions, site visits, and special events will be contingent on sponsorship.
  • Light hors d'oeuvres likely to be served after daily meetings conclude at least two of the three primary meeting days. 
  • A $15 charge to offset your carbon footprint at this event! Proceeds will be awarded to an organization participating in the Symposium whose work is demonstrably contributing to carbon sequestration and offset through habitat restoration.

Click HERE to submit an abstract and apply for a scholarship (must submit an abstract to be eligible for scholarship).