Timely topics from 80 presenters, such as: The state of the beaches today, ancient cultural & geologic history, coastal law & policy, flood zone mapping & insurance, coastal technology, development & regulation, art & drama, collaboration & engagement, wildlife & habitat restoration, state legislation, adaptation & resilience, stories of responses to sea level rise.
Registration: $50 regular/$25 presenters and exhibitors . Online registration fees apply. Registration fees increase by $10 after July 5. Registration fee waived for beach monitoring volunteers, and scholarships are available.