NACD’s 73rd Annual Meeting will be held Feb. 2 – 6, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. Hosted in partnership with the Association of Texas Soil and Water Conservation Districts (ATSWCD), the 2019 Annual Meeting will be held at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter in downtown San Antonio. Are you a first time meeting attendee? View information about scholarship opportunities below.
San Antonio offers discounts to meeting attendees at more than 50 local establishments along the world-famous River Walk. View a list of participating restaurants, stores and attractions provided by Visit San Antonio, along with a free visitor’s guide, and learn more about what the Tricentennial City has to offer.
NACD’s 2019 Annual Meeting is an investment in conservation. Each year, conservation leaders from across the country gather in one place to discuss conservation policy, network with conservation partners and members of industry, and learn about the newest technologies and most relevant issues affecting natural resources management and conservation districts. For ongoing opportunities of engagement, view NACD’s 2018-2019 Annual Prospectus.
If you haven’t attended an NACD annual meeting in the past, you may be eligible for a first-timer scholarship!
Thanks to the generous support of Agri Drain and Warner Ranch, NACD will once again be offering first-time meeting attendees complimentary meeting registration and a ticket to Tuesday night’s Appreciation Banquet. Only one person per state or territory may receive a scholarship, and chosen individuals must stay in the NACD room block at the Marriott Rivercenter.
Once a state or territory association selects a scholarship recipient in cooperation with their NACD board member, they are asked to send the recipient’s name and email address by Friday, Dec. 14 to NACD Director of Membership Kimberly Uldricks to complete their registration. To submit a name for consideration, please contact your state or territory association.
NACD’s 72nd Annual Meeting in Nashville, held Jan. 27 – 31, was incredibly successful, with over 1,000 conservation leaders in attendance. To access 2018 Annual Meeting resources, including presentations, videos, photos and more, click here.