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Our 1-day Summit on Connecting to Nature in an Urban World, April 19, features a morning plenary and roundtable sessions followed by interactive workshops and walkshops in the afternoon. Building on the Summit is our Conference, April 20-21, featuring keynotes speakers, hands-on workshops and networking opportunities.

Please note: Schedules are now locked from being changed. If you would like to make changes to your schedule, please come see us at the registration desk. See you in Vancouver!
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Mark Madison

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Historian
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Mark Madison is the national Historian for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. He works out of the USFWS Museum/Archives at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV. At NCTC he teaches classes on environmental history, ethics, and leadership and helps manage the 500,000 item conservation archive. He also teaches at Shepherd University.

Prior to this Mark taught at Harvard University and the University of Melbourne. He has degrees in History, Biology, and a Ph.D. in the History of Science from Harvard. He also spent 3 years doing tropical rainforest reforestation in the Philippines as a Peace Corps Volunteer. His favorite outdoor recreation is fishing with his kids!