April 17-20, 2023
Coral Springs, Florida

Who Should Attend

The conference is designed to bring together scientists and engineers, policy makers, planners and partners actively involved in or affected by all aspects of Everglades ecosystem restoration. Participants will interact in an interdisciplinary setting to summarize and review state-of-the-art planning, management activities and science in Everglades restoration.

Attendees will include:
  • Federal, state, and local agency personnel
  • Academic faculty, staff, graduate, and undergraduate students
  • Tribal governments and members
  • Educators and outreach practitioners
  • Scientists and engineers
  • Hydrologists
  • Modelers
  • Managers
  • Planners
  • Policy Makers
  • Politicians
  • Environmental Consultants
  • Natural Resource Managers
  • Environmental Groups
  • Industry Groups
  • Hunters and Fisherman
  • Private Citizens

Given the success of prior GEER conferences, the high attendance, and the wonderful support of our partners and sponsors, this year's GEER will continue the three-day agenda, plus a pre-conference workshop, in a south Florida location to keep costs for participants as low as possible. The conference organizers have worked hard to provide an excellent location and conference venue, cutting-edge plenary and contributed sessions, and opportunities for valuable interaction – all while minimizing travel, lodging, and meeting costs. Also, new in 2023 will be a virtual-only option for registrants to view the conference sessions without attending in person. Join us at GEER and be part of the dialogue to better understand and inform Everglades restoration!


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