We are accepting submissions of abstracts for oral presentations, and presenters will be allotted 20-30 minutes, depending on the session, including time for questions. NYSFOLA does not endorse specific products, services, or vendors. Therefore, presentations by individuals representing corporations or projects conducted by corporations should avoid the use of trade or brand names and refer to products or services by a generic descriptor unless the relationship is clearly stated from the start.
Although the focus of the conference will be on watershed restoration, we encourage submissions on any lake related topic especially:
Watershed Protection/Restoration Intiatives
Lake Management Planning and Implementation - including TMDLs and 9 Element Plans
Aquatic Invasive Species Management
Small not-for-profit management and fundraising
Dam restoration and safety compliance
Local lake-related legislation and policy
Harmful algal bloom management
All abstracts should include the following:
Title: An accurate summary of the proposed presentation
Authors: Names and affiliations of all authors.
Text: Stated purpose, significance, and main conclusions/implications of the work. Text must not exceed 250 words.
Students: Please indicate if the primary author is a student so that we can acknowledge student participation in the program.
Registration: All presenters of accepted abstracts must register for the conference no later than April 17, 2020. NYSFOLA does not waive registration fees for presenters. Registration will be available at www.nysfola.org some time after the beginning of the year.
We recommend bringing copies of your abstract to the conference for attendees.
Questions? Please contact the NYSFOLA office at (800)796-3652 or email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you in lovely Lake George.