For those of you adaptation fans out there who couldn’t make it to Denver the first week of April, you missed out on an event that...
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Tosha Comendant, Conservation Biology Institute
Lois DeBacker, The Kresge Foundation
Katie Dolan, Formerly of the New York Chapter of The Nature Conservancy
Barbara Dugelby, Round River Conservation Studies
Mark Eakin, NOAA Coral Reef Watch
Don Falk, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona
Barry Gold, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Mark Humpert, Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies
Matt Kuharic, King County's Department of Natural Resources and Parks Director's Office
Mandy Valentine, The Kresge Foundation
Paul Wilson, Sierra Club Resilient Habitats Campaign
Erika Zavaleta, Environmental Studies Department, University of California
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