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SCA Conservation Summit

In the spring, SCA will be hosting a youth in conservation summit entitled EarthVision: Actions for a Healthy Planet.

On April 24 - 27, 2008, in Washington DC, you can join forces with other young conservation leaders to exchange ideas, get hands-on training, craft policy, and plan next steps in a small and powerful joint effort to strategize actions for a healthy planet.

Register for the Summit
> now to make your voice heard and your views count as the 2008 national election approaches.

You will discuss important issues with major opinion leaders -- from Summit Keynote Speaker <http://www.thesca.org/speakers/> and climate champion Billy Parish to national environmental and social justice leader Iantha Gantt-Wright to the producers of The 11th Hour to Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne, and more.

Other good reasons to attend

* It's in DC, in the spring. The opening session is at the Department of Interior Great Hall, with the evening reception at the National Museum of the American Indian.
* You will take part in an environmental service project in our nation's Capital.
* You can network and advance your career at the Conservation Cafe.
* The fee for the four-day Summit is only $145.00 if you register by January 15th. It's $185.00 after that. That includes lodging, food, and ground transportation once at the National 4-H Conference Center.

And if you get five people to register, or if you are a professor and you bring five of your students, your registration will be free!

Some schools like Sterling College in VT have even agreed to pay for a
group of students to attend at no cost to the students!

If you are planning to attend, you will need to hurry as this summit will fill up fast. Please visit our website bf-49afa0061bad> for more information.


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