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2nd NJ Wildlife & Conservation Conference features 2 workshops by Charles Alsheimer

The 2nd Annual NJ Wildlife & Conservation Conference will be taking place June 6-8, 2014 at the Tropicana Casino & Resort (Concurrently with the 78th Annual New Jersey State Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs Convention.

Charles Alsheimer will be offering a photography workshop on Friday and a workshop on whitetail deer on Saturday. His appearance has been partially sponsored by the Southern New Jersey Quality Deer Management Association. There are a wide variety of workshops and presentations offered - everything from wildlife and human interaction to regionalization of fishing quotas, artificial reefs, energy, climate change, funding NJ DFW and lots, lots more. There will also be panels on grassroots funding and wildlife careers.

You can check out the draft agenda and registration information on the website at NJ Wildlife & Conservation Conference | June 6-8, 2014, Tropicana Casino & Resort, Atlantic City, NJ

This conference is co-sponsored by the New Jersey State Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey and the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife.

We hope to see lots of people who care about New Jersey's natural resources, hunting, fishing, trapping, kayaking, hiking and all outdoor recreation offerings there.

Lots of fun, networking and more at this conference that grows each year.

Pola Galie
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I've been busy updating the website with refinements to the agenda for the 2 day conference and Federation Convention. Everything is going along nicely and registrations are still coming in. In fact, it's been a busy couple of days.

We will be covering a lot of territory literally from salt (regulations, regionalization and artificial reef) and fresh water (pristine trout stream at Mason's Run) to climate change, youth interaction, bats, terrapins, energy and finding funds to work with to awards and more. There will be a committee meetings, fun, awards, planning and lots, lots more. There is a lot to do at the Tropicana and the casino is actually a small part.

Charles Alsheimer's two presentations on photography and whitetail deer hunting will be 2 opportunities that are outstanding. Thank you, Southern New Jersey Quality Deer Management Association and the Morris County Chapter of the NJ State Federation in your sponsorship of these two workshops.

We are also going to have some great exhibitors on board for the weekend. I am especially pleased that Ryan Miller from Hunters Helping Heroes will be joining us as well as our joint conference partners - NJ State Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ and the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife. We will also welcome: New Jersey Outdoor Alliance, New Jersey Beach Buggy Association, New Jersey Audubon, Trout Unlimited, Garden State Wildlife Control, Center for NonProfits and of course, Charles Alsheimer.

Wow! We hope that we will see you there. Not sure if anyone has any questions but, while I want everyone to come and spend the weekend having fun and talking about our wildlife (hunting and fishing stories at the hospitality room!), people can come for the entire weekend, the 2-day conference, one-day session or the awards presentation Saturday lunch or the awards banquet Saturday night. Let me know if you have any questions.

Pola Galie
 
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