The OBN will host the first annual Oklahoma Biodiversity Forum on the campus of the University of Oklahoma on Saturday March 5, 2016. Registration will be free and open to anyone working on biodiversity and conservation issues in Oklahoma. This Forum will focus on some of our state’s “big” biodiversity and conservation issues. Don’t expect to sit back and listen to presentations all day. The Forum will be an dynamic discussion engaging all participants in developing ideas for collaborative projects across the state. We also want members of the Network to share their biodiversity work in Oklahoma. There will be an opportunity to participant in a session of “Biology Bites” (5 minute oral reports) or mini poster session.
More about the Forum.