Keynote Speaker: Dr. Mamie Parker
Dr. Mamie Parker is a professional fish and wildlife biologist and made history serving as the first African American U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) Regional Director of the 13 Northeastern states after working in the Great Lakes and Big Rivers regions. She has received numerous conservation awards and is widely known for her tireless work on wildlife conservation and invasive species. She currently serves on numerous non-profit boards including the National Wildlife Federation.
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OTHER PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:
Jim McCormac (right) served at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for 31 years as a botanist, and later specializing in wildlife diversity projects, especially involving birds. He has authored or coauthored six books, including Birds of Ohio, and Wild Ohio: The Best of Our Natural Heritage.
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(Due to rising COVID-19 numbers we are no longer hosting the in-person portion of this event. In order to maintain a reasonable length for a virtual meeting, the conference will be reduced in duration to 9:30am-12pm)