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The Bayou Preservation Association will present its 17th Annual Symposium as a virtual event with the theme Bayou-Diversity: Celebrate, Protect & Restore. The symposium, taking place from 8 am-12 pm over two days, will address the expanding importance of diversity in all its forms — physical, geomorphological, biological, socioeconomic and conceptual.

For this year’s conference, the Bayou Preservation Association has invited presenters from Asakura Robinson, City of Houston, Houston Audubon, Houston Parks Board, Kinder Institute for Urban Research, Memorial Park Conservancy, Nature Conservancy, SWCA Environmental Consultants and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. A panel discussion will be led by Jack Cagle, Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner.

The Bayou Preservation Association will present its 17th Annual Symposium as a virtual event with the theme Bayou-Diversity: Celebrate, Protect & Restore. The symposium, taking place from 8 am-12 pm over two days, will address the expanding importance of diversity in all its forms — physical, geomorphological, biological, socioeconomic and conceptual.

For this year’s conference, the Bayou Preservation Association has invited presenters from Asakura Robinson, City of Houston, Houston Audubon, Houston Parks Board, Kinder Institute for Urban Research, Memorial Park Conservancy, Nature Conservancy, SWCA Environmental Consultants and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. A panel discussion will be led by Jack Cagle, Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner.

The Bayou Preservation Association will present its 17th Annual Symposium as a virtual event with the theme Bayou-Diversity: Celebrate, Protect & Restore. The symposium, taking place from 8 am-12 pm over two days, will address the expanding importance of diversity in all its forms — physical, geomorphological, biological, socioeconomic and conceptual.

For this year’s conference, the Bayou Preservation Association has invited presenters from Asakura Robinson, City of Houston, Houston Audubon, Houston Parks Board, Kinder Institute for Urban Research, Memorial Park Conservancy, Nature Conservancy, SWCA Environmental Consultants and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. A panel discussion will be led by Jack Cagle, Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://www.bayoupreservation.org/News-Events/Events/2020-Annual-Symposium

TICKET INFO

$20-$30
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