COSA Now Open! 2019 Partners In the Outdoors Conference Registration and C all for Session Proposals

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Dear COSA community members,

Be a part of the solution as we SHIFT Planning to Action at the 2019 Partners in the Outdoors Conference.

April 24th – 26th, 2019

Beaver Run Resort

Breckenridge

Based on the Colorado Outdoor Principles (a.k.a. SHIFT Principles) and after months of collaborative work across the state from hundreds of partners, stakeholders and citizens, Colorado drafted one of the finest Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation (SCORP) Plans in the nation.

The 2019 Partners in the Outdoors Conference poses the following questions: How do we continue to collaborate, shifting from successful planning to on-the-ground implementation? And how might we turn this plan into action that will make a difference for Colorado’s future?

During this year’s conference, you’ll make connections while gaining tools, skills, and tactics to mobilize strategies that will make a meaningful impact on the evolution of conservation and recreation in Colorado.

Registration is now open for the 2019 Partners in the Outdoors Conference.

https://events.egov.com/eventreg/CO/registrant.htm?action=new&_event=201partnersintheoutdoorsconference

Call for Session Proposals is now open

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfuwlc2wrvF-z9HSC4CdlD2k36BVUVW1G8Ns_GmXmKpo8odKg/viewform

Session Tracks will be organized and selected based on their relevance to the four priority areas identified in the Colorado SCORP (www.coloradoscorp.org):

  • Enhance sustainable access and opportunity to enjoy the outdoors
  • Promote stewardship of natural, cultural and recreational resources
  • Conserve lands, waters and wildlife
  • Ensure adequate funding availability to sustain Colorado’s outdoors for the future.

Karey Baker

Administrative Coordinator

303.271.5951, 720.480.0714 cell,jeffco.us