Registration:Get Your Early Bird Tickets Today!
REGISTRATION FEES (early bird prices end March 15):
Saturday Only: $75 OHM Member | $100 Nonmember (Includes 1-year membership) | $50 Student (Includes 1-year student membership)
Full Conference (Saturday + Sunday Field Trip): $110 OHM Member | $135 Nonmember (Includes 1-year membership) | $75 Student (Includes 1-year student membership)
If you have questions about your registration, please contact Beth Sutton. For more information about the event itself, please call our office at (912) 264-4111.
CHANGING THE CONVERSATION: Choosing to Lead will broaden the tent of what it means to be a conservationist by focusing on those who choose to make a difference in their own time, in their own way, through actions both big and small.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone who works with coastal conservation issues in a personal, volunteer, or professional capacity or who has an interest in Georgia’s 100-mile coast is encouraged to attend. This broad tent includes students, wildlife volunteers, environmental educators, cleanup volunteers, coastal outreach staff, seasonal researchers, faith leaders, garden club members, elected officials, teachers, nonprofit leaders, journalists, neighborhood advocates, historic preservationists, artists, storytellers, and so on. In short: if you are inspired by our one-of-a-kind coast, this conference is for YOU!
One Hundred Miles members and students will have special discounted rates. Partial and full scholarships are available to anyone. To volunteer email Kristy Burja (Savannah) or Stephanie Chewning (Brunswick). Register today to take advantage of Early Bird rates!
Make the most out of your weekend in Savannah! Don’t miss Georgia’s first Coastal Tourism Conference on Friday April 12, 2019. This conference, hosted by UGA Marine Extension and Sea Grant, will bring together business owners, tourism officials, government representatives, and community organizations interested in learning about our state’s coastal tourism industry. The timing for this conference couldn’t be better! Attend both events to get the full picture of Georgia’s coast.