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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
7-8:30 AM   REGISTRATION
8:30-9:30 AM   OPENING PROTOCOL
9:30-11 AM   OPENING PLENARY SESSION
11-11:30 AM   BREAK
11:30-1 PM   LUNCHEON PANEL: "Perspectives of the Forest"
1-3 PM  CONCURRENT SESSION 1
  SYMPOSIUM: Species Interactions and Ecosystem Services: How the Loss of Native Species and the Introduction of Exotic Species are Changing Hawai‘i’s Forests
Room 311
  FORUM: Culturally-based Forest Restoration in Hawai'i
Room 312
  SESSION: Environmental Effects of Climate Change
Ballroom A
  SYMPOSIUM: Hawaii Coral Reef Strategy Implementation
Room 313A
  FORUM: Conservation Through Art Initiative: Communicating the Concepts of Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation through Art
Room 313BC
3-3:20 PM  BREAK
3:20-5:20 PM  CONCURRENT SESSION 2
  SYMPOSIUM: Implementing Rare Plant Recovery
Ballroom A
  FORUM: Ka‘ūpūlehu: Our Kuleana, Our Aloha
Room 311
  SESSION: Avifauna
Room 313BC
  SESSION: Marine and Coastal Systems
5:30 PM  CLOSING PROTOCOL
5:30-8 PM   POSTER & ART EXHIBIT RECEPTION
7-8 PM   SCREENING: "Struggle for Existence" film
 
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3
7-8 AM   REGISTRATION
7:50 AM   DAILY OPENING PROTOCOL
8-9:40 AM   PLENARY SESSION: Governor Neil Abercrombie on New Day Hawai'i-'Aina
9:40-10 AM   BREAK
10 AM-12 PM  CONCURRENT SESSION 3
  SYMPOSIUM: Effect of Native and Invasive Forest Species on Hydrological Components of Hawaiian Watersheds
Ballroom A
  FORUM: Conservation Land and Culture: Creating Conservation and Cultural Alliances
Room 313BC
  SYMPOSIUM: Forest Pests: Insects and Disease
Room 313A
  FORUM: Landscape Industry Council of Hawai'i-Native Plant Initiative
Room 312
12-1 PM   LUNCH
  MEETING: National Association for Interpretation, Pacific Islands Chapter
1-3 PM   CONCURRENT SESSION 4
  SESSION: Forest and Watershed Conservation
Ballroom A
  WORKSHOP: Raising the Bar: Greater Conservation Impact Through More Effective Partnerships
Room 313BC
  SESSION: Invasive Species
Room 313A
  FORUM: Plant Propagation for Conservation of Island Forest, Part 1
Room 311
3-3:20 PM   BREAK
3:20-5:20 PM  CONCURRENT SESSION 5
  SESSION: Forest Restoration
Ballroom A
  FORUM: Teaching and Learning about the Hawaiian Forest: Environmental Education in One of the World's Greatest Classrooms
Room 312
  SESSION: Threatened Marine Species
Room 313A
  FORUM: Plant Propagation for Conservation of Island Forest, Part 2
Room 311
  Emerging Professionals as Nahuleihiwakupapa: Present and Future Conservation Stewards
Room 313BC
5:30 PM   CLOSING PROTOCOL
3:30-7 PM   HCA OPEN HOUSE
5:30-6:30 PM   PUBLIC PRESENTATION: Susan Middleton - "Art, Science and Biodiversity"
6:30-8 PM  PUBLIC PRESENTATION: Eddie and Myrna Kamae - "Listen to the Forest" film screening
 
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4
7-8 AM   REGISTRATION
7:50 AM   DAILY OPENING PROTOCOL
8-10 AM   CONCURRENT SESSION 6
  SYMPOSIUM: USDA Forest Service Efforts to Provide Long-term Forest Monitoring that Meets Island Conservation Needs: Accomplishments and Future Directions of the Forest Inventory and Monitoring Program (FIA)
Ballroom A
  SESSION: Environmental Education and Restoration
Room 311
  SESSION: Invasive Species (Feral Mammals)
313A
  FORUM: Citizen Science Efforts in Hawai'i: Updates, Overview and Opportunities of Community-Based Monitoring of Coastal Marine Resources, Part 1
Room 313BC
10-10:20 AM   BREAK
10:20 AM-12:20 PM   CONCURRENT SESSION 7
  SESSION: Management Tools and Technology
Ballroom A
  FORUM: Integrating Knowledge Systems and Methodologies
Room 311
  FORUM: Citizen and Science efforst in Hawai'i: Updates, Overview and Opportunities of Community-Based Monitoring of Coastal Marine Resources, Part 2
Room 313BC
  AWARDS LUNCHEON with keynote speaker Jim Juvik
2:30 PM   CLOSING PROTOCOL
 
 


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