2017 Latornell Succession: The Nature of Change
In this Canada’s 150th, we explore the succession of science, knowledge, policy and organisations and the nature of this change on the environment. Many of us identify with natural or ecological succession – the process by which a plant or animal community successively gives way to another, leading to a new state. But the same is true of our organisations, as we have matured in our purpose and knowledge, and have seen leadership transfer to successive generations. The ongoing growth of knowledge through research, monitoring, observation, analyses and education have informed our actions on the ground, the policies we have developed and our legislative responses to emerging challenges.

Through this year’s theme of Succession, we explore the topics of ecological, policy and organisational succession, and continuing contributions to knowledge. Let us explore where we have been, how that has informed who we are today, and where we are headed.

The 2017 Symposium takes place November 21, 22 and 23, 2017 at the Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre in Alliston, Ontario.

Upcoming Professional Development Program Social

The Latornell mentorship committee has been hard at work planning another exciting mentorship event in the new year. Reserve your spot for the upcoming event in downtown Toronto on January 23 which will feature an interesting session on the future of work, free snacks and networking with like-minded environmental professionals. For more information, visit the Professional Development Program page.

Latornell Mentorship Social Registration

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Exhibitor Information

The Latornell Conservation Symposium offers two large, well-located exhibit areas, i.e. the Exhibitors’ Galleries A & B and the Conservation Dome.

  • Feature of the Symposium’s kick off Wine and Cheese Reception and the delegates’ Chart Your Own Course event
  • Networking, information sharing and great learning opportunities available to exhibitors.
  • Featured in the Symposium Program and on the Website.

Over 900 delegates, including 252 speakers, attended the 2015 Symposium. Exhibitors are welcome to sign up for any of the plenaries, workshops, field tours, and sessions found within the program.

The floorplan can be viewed here.

Pricing Information

Exhibitor Gallery A

$1,990+ HST
  • $2,100 + HST starting October 12

Exhibitor Gallery B

$1,750+ HST
  • $1,850 + HST starting October 12

Conservation Dome

$950+ HST
  • $1,000 + HST starting October 12

All Exhibits include one complimentary registration to the 3 day Symposium.

For more information, visit the Exhibitor Information page and do not hesitate to contact Karen Anderson, Coordinator of the 2017 event. Karen can be reached at 1-888-274-1364 (karen@allsetinc.com).

 The 2017 Symposium takes place November 21, 22 and 23, 2017 at the Nottawasaga Inn Resort & Conference Centre in Alliston, Ontario.

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2017 Presentations Now Available

Presentations from the 2017 concurrent sessions and previous years are available for download.

You can access the presentations here.

Contact Us

Karen Anderson, Symposium Coordinator
Phone: 1-888-274-1364 ext. 103
Email: karen@allsetinc.com
Karen Anderson, Symposium Coordinator
Phone: 1-888-274-1364 ext. 103
Fax: 1-888-274-1324
Email: karen@allsetinc.com
Nottawasaga Inn and Conference Centre
6015 Highway 89
Alliston, ON L9R 1A4
Phone: 705-435-5501 or 416-364-5068
Toll-Free Phone: 1-800- 669-5501
Fax: 705-435-5840
Email: info@nottawasagaresort.com
Website: http://www.nottawasagaresort.com
Your conference registration DOES NOT include accommodations.
Conservation Ontario
120 Bayview Parkway
Newmarket, ON L3Y 3W3
Phone: 905-895-0716
Fax: 905-895-0751
Email: info@conservationontario.ca
Website: www.conservationontario.ca
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Members Page

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