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Just one week to "Forever wild?" FMC conference


Just one week to "Forever wild?" FMC conference, 11-12 June

"Forever Wild?", the 80th anniversary conference of the Federated
Mountain Clubs of New Zealand, is now just two weeks away. You are
still most welcome to join the many who have registered for this
exciting event, but be quick!

Those registered will receive an email mid-week with the latest
programme (which contains some exciting additions) and helpful
logistical information.

Forever Wild? Our conservation lands in the 21st century

11-12 June, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington

This conference is for all those who have an interest in public
conservation land, for work or play.

Hear from experts, policy-makers, politicians, recreation and
conservation leaders, and those who enjoy our wild lands. Discuss what
you think the future for conservation land should look like.

Download the conference programme

.

Register online now
Registration is just $100 (or $90 for FMC members).

See http://www.fmc.org.nz/conference
for more information.

FMC would like to thank the FMC Mountain and Forest Trust, the
Department of Conservation and Forest & Bird for sponsoring this
event. Their support has made the registration cost accessible for
all.

For members, the FMC AGM will take place at 7:30pm on Saturday 11
June.

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