Two-Day Event Will Build Partnerships To Boost Nature/Eco-Tourism
MENDOCINO, Calif. – Two days of lectures, expert panels, group discussions, a nature tourism resource expo and field trips to assess nature tourism sites will highlight a County-wide eco-tourism building conference set for March 29 and 30 in Mendocino.
Bob Garrison of Nature Tourism Planning and Karen Killebrew of California Watchable Wildlife will lead the interactive forum, and on Day 2 of the event take attendees into Big River State Park by water, foot, horseback and bike to teach assessment of outdoor settings as nature tourism destinations. Cost to attend the conference is $45. To register or get more information, call 707-937-1092 ext. 3 or send an email to NatureTourism@mcn.org.