Take your conservation work to the next level by attending the Conservations Finance Network’s 14th Annual Boot Camp in New Haven, Connecticut in partnership with the Yale Center for Business and Environment. Attendees will receive in-depth information on trends and opportunities in public funding, private investment capital, bridge financing and loans, gifts and grants, income from land, and monetized ecosystem services. The Boot Camp will emphasize practical, hands-on tools and lessons from relevant case studies. Please contact Allegra Wrocklage (firstname.lastname@example.org) with further questions. The deadline to apply is January 31st!
Food & Wine magazine restaurant editor Khushbu Shah and editor-in-chief Hunter Lewis discuss the future of restaurant criticism. We screen a new film that profiles Rodney Scott and Roscoe Hall and 21st-century barbecue legacies. And chef John Hall hails Birmingham as a bold American food city.
If you are a curious eater who wants to see and hear stories about the dynamic American South, food, and labor, join us. If you are a food professional and you wish to track the latest cultural trends, sign on. If you work as a content creator or editor and aim to gain new perspectives on how stories frame understandings, this event is for you.
Official event registration and breakfast will be Saturday morning at the Haven (2515 6th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233), beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Tickets for the 2020 Spring Symposium, priced at $150 per person include the Friday reception, and all lectures, food, and drink on Saturday. Tickets are on sale now. Check your calendar before purchasing a ticket, as refunds are not available for this event.
The 22nd Annual American Indian Tourism Conference will be held September 14-17, 2020 at the We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort in Fort McDowell, Arizona. The conference will be hosted by Ft. McDowell Yavapai Nation. Learn more about the conference.