OKNRC 2021 has been cancelled
We are disappointed, but feel it is not safe to hold a large in-person conference at the end of winter.
The committee discussed the possibility of a virtual conference, but felt the time and effort to put on an event with such a different format was too much to ask of volunteer organizers. We encourage you to take the opportunity to share information through your organization via webinars, conference calls, newsletters, and social media. We look forward to a future date when it will be safe for people to gather and exchange updates and knowledge. All the best to our OKNRC community – we hope you stay safe and stay healthy!
The OKNRC is hosted by the Oklahoma Chapters of The Wildlife Society, American Fisheries Society, Society for Range Management, Oklahoma Invasive Plant Council, Oklahoma Ornithological Society, Prescribed Fire Council, Oklahoma Division Society of American Foresters, and the Soil and Water Conservation Society. The conference will have presentation topics on range, wildlife, fisheries, forestry, and environmental sciences.
Our conference goal is to bring together a wide range of natural resource professionals and students to educate each other and foster partnerships.
This conference increases interaction among the different professional natural resource entities in Oklahoma. The OKNRC also increases awareness of what the different natural resource societies, agencies and NGOs are doing across the state, as well as foster future partnerships. An additional benefit of this conference is to bring natural resource professionals from across Oklahoma to one location to share their experience, knowledge, and research, and to allow the opportunity to network with familiar peers and new ones.