As a reminder, the
American Conservation Ethic Conference is next week at the Grand Summit Hotel at Canyons Resort
in Park City, Utah,
on Thursday, October 3, and the optional Site Visit to Moab, Utah on Friday, October 4!
To view the Agenda and Register Online, please click here.
Rep. Roger Barrus, Utah House of Representatives
Kathleen Clarke, Utah Governor's Public Lands Policy Coordination Office
Becky Norton Dunlop, The Heritage Foundation
Robert Gordon, The Heritage Foundation
Carl Graham, Sutherland Institute
M. Reed Hopper, Pacific Legal Foundation
Rep. Ken Ivory, Utah House of Representatives
Jack Spencer, The Heritage Foundation
Mike Swenson, Swenson Strategies, Inc.
Kathleen White, Texas Public Policy Foundation
Presented by The Heritage Foundation and Sutherland Institute, this one-day conference will bring together key leaders to help equip them with the conservative environmental principles embodied in the American Conservation Ethic. The management and ownership of federal lands will be a key focus as Utah - a state composed predominately of federal lands - is at the epicenter of the devolution movement.
On Friday, October 4, conference attendees will have the option of joining us on a day trip to Moab, Utah, for an off-roading experience on federal lands. This will be a great opportunity to meet with outdoor recreationists who engage in one of the activities targeted by the green lobby and environmental bureaucrats.
Invitation is non-transferable. Space is limited.
Registration fees: $75 per person for the Conference, and $100 per person for the optional Moab Site Visit.
To book a reservation at the Grand Summit Hotel at Canyons Resort, please call (888) 226-9667. The hotel deadline was September 19, but they will still accept reservations on a space-available basis. Please mention The Heritage Foundation to receive the group rate of $149 per night, plus taxes.
For more information, please contact The Heritage Foundation
Special Events Department at (202) 608-1524, or firstname.lastname@example.org.