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Coastal Wetlands Science Forum - Register by Dec. 20
http://www.wiscwetlands.org/2005forum.htm 
 
Wisconsin Wetlands Association and Wisconsin Coastal Management Program
invite you to attend Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands, the 10th Annual Wetland
Science Forum. We welcome wetland researchers, wetland professionals,
conservationists, students, and anyone with an interest in coastal wetlands.
The conference program (http://www.wiscwetlands.org/2005agenda.htm) will
include a keynote address, concurrent sessions, working groups, and field
trips, all based on a coastal wetlands theme.
 
Registration fees include a conference program with abstracts and access to
all conference sessions and field trips. Register before December 20, 2004
to take advantage of early bird registration rates. $10 will be added to
fees for registrations received after December 20th. 

To register for the conference, simply complete a registration form
(http://www.wiscwetlands.org/2005registration.htm) and return it to
Wisconsin Wetlands Association along with your registration payment. We
prefer that you pay for registration fees by check because it saves us
credit card transaction fees. However, if you would like to pay by credit
card, please call us at 608-250-9971. 

For more information, contact Laura England at 608-250-9971 or visit
http://www.wiscwetlands.org/2005forum.htm.

 
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