We are calling on public and green infrastructure practitioners to showcase their best, innovative work during the Soak It Up Reception and Poster Showcase.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For all inquiries about the Poster Showcase, please contact michele@watershedhealth.org.

 

POSTER SHOWCASE SUBMISSION

 

We invite abstracts (250 words max) for posters on the following topics, or other

topics you may suggest (please email topic suggestions to michele@watershedhealth.org).

  1. Green Infrastructure Innovation of Applications & Materials

  2. Green Infrastructure Projects in Los Angeles County focused on Connecting Communities

  3. Green Infrastructure Projects Focused on Wildlife Connections and Habitat Restoration

  4. Green or Public Infrastructure Projects Tracking or Minimizing Gentrification

  5. Green Infrastructure Monitoring Projects - New and Innovative

 

Poster Showcase Guidelines:

  • Poster size must be NO larger than 36" X 48". Poster(s) can be displayed in either configuration (Portrait or Landscape).

  • You are allowed up to 2 posters for your project and you must indicate how many with your abstract submission.

  • Poster(s) should be readable from a 3-5 foot distance. Please use appropriate fonts and line weights.

  • Poster(s) must be mounted on foam core on the morning of the Symposium, prior to the beginning of Registration.

  • Poster(s) will be displayed on an easel during the event. Adhesive and all necessary supplies will be available onsite for the display of the poster.

  • Poster(s) must be non-commercial in their content.

  • Poster(s) must contain your contact information.

 

Deadline to Submit: January 22, 2020 

Poster submissions will be notified of acceptance via email. Accepted poster abstracts will receive ONE complimentary ticket to the Symposium.

 

For all inquiries, please email michele@watershedhealth.org.

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