Pathways 2022 : Pathways Conference: Life Without Salmon?
Call For Papers
01 - 04 May 2022
Pathways for Salmon: Human Dimensions of Wildlife Conference: Call for Papers!
We have postponed Pathways: Life Without Salmon? to May 1-4, 2022. This conference will be held at Kitsap Conference Center, Bremerton, Washington, USA. For those who will not be able to attend the in-person conference, we are offering a virtual interface as well.
Guide for Authors
The deadline to submit Organized Sessions/Symposia (90 and 120-minute format) is February 4th, 2022. The deadline to submit Individual Abstracts and Posters is February 18th, 2022.
Authors are limited to one submission, though can be listed as a non-presenting co-author on an unlimited number of other submissions. The word limit per abstract is (300 words.
In addition to in-person presentations, we will allow virtual presentations at Pathways for Salmon 2022. As you fill out your submission in Survey Monkey, please identify whether you will be presenting in-person or virtually.
Organized Session Deadline: February 4, 2022
Individual Abstract/Poster Deadline: February 18, 2022
Notification of Acceptance: February 28, 2022*
*We understand that several of you need to apply for visas to visit the United States for the Pathways for Salmon Conference. If this is the case and you need an expedited review process, please email us at WCNR_hdnr_pathways@mail.colostate.edu.
Plenary Speaker Announcement
The following speakers will join us in Bremerton for the Pathways for Salmon Conference:
Debra Lekanoff, Representative, 40th Legislative District, Washington
Leonard Forsman, Chairman, Suquamish Tribe
Gretchen Greene, Principal Economist, Greene Economics
Oystein Aas, Professor, Senior Scientific Advisory, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
Mark Titus, Filmmaker, Director and Founder, August Island Pictures
Senator Christine Rolfes, 23rd Legislative District, Washington
Jarred Michael-Erickson, Natural Resource Committee, Fisheries Committee, Nespelem District Representative
Chase Gunnell, Communications Director, Conservation Northwest
Kelly Biedenweg, Assistant Professor, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Oregon State University
Register now for the in-person or virtual conference through CSU’s Conference and Event Services.
If you have any questions about Pathways for Salmon 2022, please reach out to us at WCNR_HDNR_Pathways@mail.colostate.edu.
We look forward to seeing you at the Pathways for Salmon 2022 Conference!
Pathways for Salmon 2022 Conference Team