ExhibitorsThe conference is sold out. We are no longer offering online registration or on-site tickets in Wenatchee.
The Salmon Recovery Conference offers an exciting opportunity to display your company or organization’s projects, products, or programs and to connect one-on-one with people active in salmon recovery.
We anticipate up to 1,000 attendees from throughout the region during the 2½ days.
Attendees include professionals from a variety of disciplines and geographies. The conference draws people from tribal, federal, state, and local governments; salmon recovery regional organizations and lead entities; regional fisheries enhancement groups; conservation districts; academia; utilities; businesses; and nonprofit organizations, as well as students, volunteers, and private landowners.
The plenaries and breakout sessions likely will include the following topics:
- Acquisitions and easements
- All-H integration
- Climate change
- Dam issues
- Emerging leaders
- Fish ecology
- Fish passage
- Food web
- Hatchery reform
- Instream, riparian, floodplain restoration
- Recovery planning
- Research and science
- Technical assistance
- Tribal treaty rights
- Water quality
- Water quantity
|Price after March 21
|Local, state, federal, tribal governments||$400||$500|
Exhibitor space is about 8’x10’ and includes one draped, 6-foot table and two chairs.
All exhibitors will receive the following:
- Listing in program.
- Multiple opportunities to network with conference participants.
- One conference registration, which includes the following:
- All keynote presentations and plenary sessions.
- All concurrent sessions.
- Meals and breaks.
Exhibitor set-up will be April 24, 1-11 p.m.
Exhibitor tear-down will be April 27, 1-4 p.m.
Registration and RefundsThe conference is sold out. We are no longer offering online registration or on-site tickets in Wenatchee.
The deadline for cancellations has passed. Exhibitors who do not attend are not eligible for a refund. You may substitute another person at any time.
The Wenatchee Convention Center meets the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements and is fully accessible. People with disabilities needing an accommodation to participate in the conference are invited to do one of the following:
- Contact Leslie Frank by telephone 360-902-0220 or e-mail at email@example.com.
- Use 711 relay service.
Accommodation requests by telephone, e-mail, or 711 relay service should be received at least 5 business days before the conference to ensure availability. Please provide 2 weeks’ notice for requests to receive information in an alternative format and for ASL/ESL interpretation requests.