2015 Salmon Recovery Conference
May 27–29, 2015
Vancouver Convention Center
Registration Now Open!
Register now for the fifth biennial Salmon Recovery Conference, May 27–29, 2015, at the Vancouver Convention Center in Vancouver, Washington.
The 2015 conference, co-hosted by the Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Long Live the Kings, will showcase salmon recovery projects, habitat restoration, and hatchery reform in Washington State and the region.
Expanding from two to three days this year, the conference will highlight what has worked in salmon recovery, what has not, and how to improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of projects, habitat restoration, and hatchery reform.
By returning to this conference location on the banks of the Columbia River, conference attendees can learn from the experiences of both Washington and Oregon salmon recovery projects and issues.
Join us for a mix of plenary sessions, keynote speakers, and break-out sessions with presentations and panels. See the presentations and program from the 2013 Salmon Recovery Conference here.
Who should attend?
- Salmon recovery project managers
- Land trusts, fishery enhancement groups, watershed councils, and conservation districts
- Tribal members
- State, federal, city, and county agency staff
- Hatchery workers, fishing professionals, and sport fishers
- Fish scientists, restoration ecologists, wetland biologists
- Project engineers and hydrologists
- And people active in salmon recovery in Washington, Oregon, and along the Pacific Coast.
Conference registration is now open. Click here to find out more about registering.
All rates include meals and breaks.
|Early Bird Rate, available through April 15||
|Regular Rate, available April 16 through May 20||
|Regular One-day Rate, Wednesday or Thursday||
|Regular One-day Rate, Friday||
|On-site Rate, Full Conference||
|On-site Rate, per day, Wednesday or Thursday||
|On-site Rate, Friday only||
|Student Rate, through May 20||
|Presenter Rate, through May 20. When your abstract is accepted, you will receive your registration password.||
Students who volunteer may request reimbursement for their student registration fee ($100.00) if they work 4 to 6 hours at the conference. Learn more on the Student Volunteer page. Student volunteers must apply by April 15.
The Salmon Recovery Conference is a great opportunity to connect one-on-one with salmon recovery practitioners and policymakers.
More than 500 attendees will be eager to learn about your organization’s projects, products, or programs.
Find out more on the Exhibitor Information page.
Interested in helping sponsor the conference? Please contact Sarah Gage, at 360-902-2217, (TDD) 360-902-1996.