Annual Conference
 
71st Annual Conference - "Urban and Rural: Tying the Partnership Together"
 
November 16-19, 2016
 
Agenda Details:
* Draft agenda coming soon!
* FREE Day of Training - Wednesday, November 16th.
* Tours - Wednesday, November 16th: 1pm-4pm ($25 each)
  • Burrtec Recycling Center: Attendees will have the opportunity to view the innovative materials recovery facility operated by sustainability-focused Burrtec Waste Management. Examples include processing of food waste which is coveted to mulch and provided to residents and businesses; and sorting of materials ranging from greenwaste to recyclables to tires to process for re-use, to assist Burrtec in helping customers meet >75% recycling goal by 2020. Transportation, lunch and tour included in price. 
  • Wine Tasting: Join Cucamonga Valley Water District Board Member James Curatalo in touring two local wineries that incorporate green business practices into daily operations. Mr. Curatalo will give background on wineries, local water capture, use and conservation, and will narrate tastings for attendees at both facilities. The tour includes transportation and tastings at both wineries. 
* Friday Night Dinner: Friday, November 18th, 6:00pm ($30)
  • A "Farm-to-Table" dinner at Huerta Del Valle, an organic community farm and education resource center. Come and enjoy locally prepared Mexican cuisine under the stars, listen to local live music and meet the garden manager, a graduate of the Claremont colleges whose innovative vision has resulted in partnerships/benefits for the community with NRCS, IERCD, and the City of Ontario. 
 
Registration Information: Early Registration prices good through 9/4
Register and Pay Onlineno need to fill out a separate form!
--or--
Mail a check with the attached Registration Form
 
Hotel Information: 
Discounted room rates available by booking online at the DoubleTree Hotel by October 21st. 
 
Sponsorship Information:
Contact Kristen Murphy for more details 
 
RCD Information: 
Resolutions and Voting Instructions - Resolutions due September 1st 
 

 
2016 Speak Off Topic:
"Based on history, what is your conservation dream and how can Resource Conservation Districts be involved?”