In 2020, SK PCAP is combining two workshops: the 7th Native Prairie Restoration and Reclamation Workshop and the 5th Transboundary Grassland Workshop, February 25-27, 2020 at the Ramada Plaza, Regina, SK.
The theme is The Big Picture: Planning and Partnerships. The workshop will include plenary sessions, interactive panel discussions, break-out sessions, hands-on case studies, trade show and poster session. Highlights include the evening banquet and silent auction. *New* this year, we will be doing a "Speed Dating Case Study."
2020 NPRRW TGPW Draft Program is available to view, but it is subject to change.
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Registration is NOW OPEN! Click here to go to the registration page.
Early-bird registration (before January 21, 2020) - $275
Regular registration (after January 21, 2020) - $325
Student registration (no deadline) - $275
Any one day (no deadline) - $150
Tuesday February 25th: Transboundary Grasslands Workshop
Wednesday February 26th: Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop and Transboundary Grasslands Workshop. Followed by Evening Banquet
February 27th: Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop.
Join us on February 25th at the Copper Kettle. It is located at 1953 Scarth St, just a 4 minute walk from the Ramada. Please note that this event is not included in the workshop registration fees and will be at your own expense.
Speed Dating Case Studies *NEW*
Each table will have a different restoration or reclamation case study. Working in a small group, participants will have a short time to come up with solutions for the case study, before moving on to the next one.
When: morning of February 27th, 2019
Volunteers Needed: Do you have a scenario, a project or a program that you could use some help solving? Or get some new ideas and perspectives? We need "Table Leaders" to quickly describe a real-life case to a group of 8 participants, about 6-8 times.
Reward for volunteering: exposure for your project/program, a fresh set of eyes, new ideas and perspectives to consider.
If you are interested in volunteering as as Table Leader, please contact:
Caitlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 306.298.7886.
For the third time, PCAP will recognize individuals or organizations who have contributed to native prairie restoration or relcamation, or native prairie stewardship. Nominations are now being accepted!
Nomination Deadline: February 7th, 2020
As always, there will be a tradeshow! This is the perfect opportunity to showcase your business/organization with an audience of restoration/reclamation experts, consulting companies, government organizations, NGO's, prairie conservationists, academic representatives and more. New this year, Trade Show participants have the option to attend all three days or any two days of there choice. Trade Show booth rates include one full event registration (Valued at $325.00). A special rate for non-profit organizations is available!
More Information About the Trade Show
Trade Show Application
Please call the Ramada Plaza Regina (1818 Victoria Avenue) at 306-569-1444 and select "0" for the front desk to book your room. The group room booking is until January 23rd.You must state the workshop name or the booking number (CGPCAL) to get the group booking. Rooms are $124/night, plus $10 if you will be parking a vehicle in the hotel lots.
*Underground parking is available at the hotel and there are also two outdoor lots beside the hotel. Parking can be limited, so please plan to carpool*
SK PCAP would like to sincerely thank the following sponsors for their generous support of the 2020 Native Prairie Restoration/Reclamation Workshop and Transboundary Grasslands Partnership Worskhop
Faculty of Science, University of Regina
North American Helium
Peavey Industries LP
The Mosaic Company
North Shore Environmental Consultants
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association
Blazing Star Wildflower Seed Company
Thank you to all of the companies who have donated to our silent auction fundraiser. Proceeds go to support our environmental and agricultural education programs for youth in Saskatchewan.
Acorn Naturalists, American Meadows, Bar Over 3H Livestock, Blazing Star Wildflower Seed Company, Boston Pizza, Bushnell, Caliber Coffee, Connie McLeod (Regina airport gift shop), Delta Hotels by Marriott Bessborough, Friends of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Globe Theatre, Great Canadian Oil Change, Kicking Horse Coffee, Manitou Springs Resort and Mineral Spa, Mountain Equipment Co-op, Outter Limits, Prairie Originals, Saskatchewan Roughrider™️ Football Club Inc., Regina Pats, RCMP Heritage Centre, Regina Symphony Orchestra, Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre, Saskatchewan Science Centre, Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, SaskCulture, Skinner Native Seeds, Western Development Museum.
Silent Auction Donations are still needed! Please contact Caitlin Mroz at 306.298.7886 or email@example.com if your company/organization is interested in donating an item to our silent auction.
The deadline for submissions has now closed. The Planning Committee will be notifying Poster Session submissions in early January, 2020.