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Thu, Oct 26


Fort Wayne

Conservation Conversation: Pathways to Progress

"Join us at Purdue University Fort Wayne for the ERC's largest event of the year - our annual Conservation Conversation."

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Conservation Conversation: Pathways to Progress
Conservation Conversation: Pathways to Progress

Time & Location

Oct 26, 2023, 9:00 AM – 7:30 PM

Fort Wayne, 2101 E Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46805, USA

About the event

The Conservation Conversation is a meeting of members of the general public, representatives of a variety of organizations and agencies, and faculty, students and staff of Purdue University Fort Wayne. It will be a day of presentations and displays celebrating conservation efforts in northeast Indiana, and beyond.

We seek to educate, inform, and facilitate dialogue among local and regional organizations and other stakeholders about the opportunities and challenges for conservation efforts in our growing community. By coming together to share research, experience, and perspectives, participants foster collaboration to promote the best outcomes for the quality of life in our region.

Learn how you can make a difference in your community by engaging with local leaders, learning how to organize environmental efforts, and connecting with others motivated to take direct action on conservation in Indiana.

The day will feature an exciting roster of presenters including keynote speakers Jesse Kharbanda and Michael Homoya and we will wrap up the day with a fundraising dinner and silent auction including musical entertainment by Alicia Pyle and Michael Patterson.

For more information about the history of the event, registration instructions, and to stay in the know for the most up to date information for this year's rendition, visit the ERC website at

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