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Partners in Community Forestry

Seattle, WA

November 16-17, 2022

users  Call for Proposals

Interested in presenting at the 2022 Partners in Community Forestry Conference?

We are looking for presenters to cover a wide range of forestry-related topics in general sessions and concurrent/breakout sessions.

Presentation proposals will be accepted until
April 30, 2022.

Start Your Proposal

The Partners in Community Forestry conference is the largest international gathering of urban forestry practitioners, advocates, researchers, and government leaders. At this year's conference in Seattle, Washington, you will be among fellow attendees who are passionate about all things trees — from planting and tending to the latest research. Everyone comes together to share their best practices and find new ideas to bring home.

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Bring your skills, your hunger for knowledge, and your passion for community forestry as you mingle with like-minded professionals — the thinkers, doers, and thought leaders in community forestry.

The Partners in Community Forestry conference offers:

  • Relevant, practical research findings.
  • Best practices — for your trees and your organization.
  • Current trends in community forestry.
  • All the continuing education credits you need for the year.
  • Plenty of fun networking opportunities.

Enhance your program and your professional network by joining your colleagues in Seattle, WA this November.

We are continually communicating with our local partners and host site regarding COVID-19 protocols. Your safety is our top priority, and we will be operating in compliance within local, state, and CDC guidelines. Please be rest assured that we are working hard to ensure that we are convening the Partners in Community Forestry Conference in the safest way possible, and we will be updating our communications as new guidelines arise.