|Posted by nationalforestlawblog on June 27, 2011 at 12:41 PM|
The Public Land & Resources Law Review at the University of Montana School of Law is excited to host the 34th Public Land Law Conference this fall at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. If possible, please post this event on your calendar of events and also consider attending. Below is all the pertinent information. Also, attached is the conference schedule.
What: Public Land Law Conference: “Strengthening Our Roots: Forest Law &
Policy in a Changing World.”
Hosted by: University of Montana Public Land & Resources Law Review
Where: Third Floor Conference Room, The University Center, The University of
Montana, Missoula, MT
When: Sept. 14-16, 2011
The Scoop: Experts from throughout Montana and the western United States will
gather at the University of Montana for a three-day Public Land Law Conference.
Speakers and panelists will examine an array of forest-related issues, including an
assessment of 100 years of forest planning, new rules in forest planning, Native
American use rights on forest lands, media coverage of forest issues, and legal
issues in forest management. University of Colorado Law Professor Charles
Wilkinson will be the conference keynote speaker at the event, hosted by the
University of Montana Public Land & Resources Law Review.
Public Land & Resources Law Review