Land and Water Partnership
Rhode Island Land Trust Council Audubon Society of Rhode Island

Land and Water Conservation Summit

Update: December 21, 2021

Hello Land and Water Conservation Family,

As you all know, COVID-19 infections are on the rise in Rhode Island and there are many uncertainties leading up to an in-person event in March- especially with new variants on the horizon. For safety’s sake, Priscilla and I made the difficult decision to postpone the Land and Water Summit, and will be moving the event. While we can’t predict the future or guarantee that we’ll be back to normal by then, we will have more time to see what the future holds.

Please save the dates!
RI Land and Water Conservation Summit
July 14-15-16 2022

You read that right! We are planning a multi-day Summit that will feature everything that you know and love about our traditional event at URI, but will also include field trips, social opportunities, networking and more. We will even be offering the opportunity to stay in South County in the height of summer for a very reasonable price. Please stay tuned for some big announcements as we head into January!

We wanted to sincerely thank everyone who took the time to fill out the survey. We heard you loud and clear on content, and have been exploring unique options to maximize the relationship building and networking opportunities that are the vanguard of each Summit. Priscilla and I have the privilege of coordinating with and learning from Meg Kerr and Rupert Friday on this event (and in our new positions), and we promise that we will deliver something really special later this year.

Thank you so much for your patience and support,

Kate Sayles, Executive Director
RI Land Trust Council

Priscilla De La Cruz
Sr. Director, Government Affairs
Audubon Society of RI

PS. We realize that some of you might not know who we are, so please read our bios.

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