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AREA 15th Biennial Training Conference Registration

  • October 21, 2024
  • October 24, 2024
  • Newport, Rhode Island

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Reduced early registration fee for AREA members through midnight August 15
  • $300 per day - Choose Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday
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  • Reduced early registration fee for non-members through midnight August 15, 2022
  • Reduced early registration fee for students and retirees through midnight August 15, 2022

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15th BIENNIAL AREA TRAINING CONFERENCE

October 21-24, 2024, Newport, Rhode Island
Travel day is Friday, October 25, 2024

Hosted by Rhode Island, Fish & Wildlife


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About us

AREA members participate in a national effort toward angler and aquatic education, angler R3, outreach, resource conservation, research, program evaluation, and similar functions related to aquatic education and angler R3 programs. AREA members can participate in the national biennial conference and regional meetings / updates.

Find us

Look at the AREA listing for your Regional Representative.

For payment assistance, contact Treasurer Sarah Chabaane, treasurerarea@gmail.com.

For member assistance, contact Member Support,  Carol Paterick, Phone: 301-805-0784, carolpaterick@gmail.com.


Become a member

By joining AREA, you have direct access to national, regional, and local levels of support and expertise. You will have opportunities to participate in conferences and seminars and enjoy daily dialogue with aquatic scientists and leaders from all walks of life.  AREA members share professional experience; and members are able to get in on the ground floor of innovations in aquatic and angler education and angler R3.

The Aquatic Resources Education Association (AREA) was established in response to a growing national need for a cohesive voice and a more fluid, organized approach to regional, state, and local aquatic concerns. Members participate in a national effort toward education, conservation, legislation, science, research, and similar functions related to aquatics and aquatic programs. Members have direct access to national, regional, and local levels of support and expertise. 

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