Following up on the success of the 2015 Burning Issues Symposium
, we're returning to Fort Custer National Training Center (FCTC) in southwest Michigan on February 2-3, 2016. Many partners have worked to convene an event designed to help tear down the walls or road blocks that keep us from fully achieving our objectives or from performing at full capacity.
Day One: This wildland fire symposium is designed for land managers, researchers, resource specialists, and fire practitioners to hear from invited speakers with many different areas of expertise.
Day Two: Three concurrent breakout sessions offer opportunities to focus on one topic - with an emphasis on identifying gaps in knowledge and communication, and to support working toward solutions to issues that complicate our collective wildland fire work.
Thanks to Fort Custer Training Center we are able to keep costs low.
The registration fee includes lunch, snacks and coffee on both days.
Early Bird registration - $55 by December 18, 2015
Regular registration - $65 by January 8, 2015
Late registration - $75 by January 22, 2016
Reduced Rate for students/volunteers/private landowners - $35
(NOTE: Reduced Rate has limited capacity. Please contact Jack McGowan-Stinski
for the Reduced Rate Code)
Lodging is available at Fort Custer Training Center at a maximum rate of $50 per night. Current quoted rate is $35 per night.
Note: rooms are semi-private. Rooms have a single twin bed and share a bathroom (toilet and shower) with one adjacent room.
Call 269.731.6126 for reservations.
Other lodging options are available in Kalamazoo, Michigan.