Student registrations have represented as little as much as 30% of the total registrations each year. The average Professional to Student ratio is 3:1 - that's 3 mentors for every student, every year!
Annual registrations have ranged from 219 in 2009 to 381 in 2012, with a total of more than 3000 attendees from 2008-2017.
We've also had 39 plenary speakers, 530 concurrent sessions, 220 student presentations, and 191 posters.
Through the years, we've tackled a lot of conservation issues through our plenary sessions:
- 2008: Where Do Trees Belong in Kansas? The Role of Trees on the Kansas Landscape
- 2009: Renewable Energy - Renewable Resources
- 2010: Kansas Waters - Signs of Prosperity and Health
- 2011: Through the Haze: The Role of Fire on the Prairie
- 2012: Wetlands: the Jewels of Kansas
- 2013: Under Attack: Invasive Species in Kansas
- 2014: Forty Years of the Endangered Species Act: Living with Endangered Species in Kansas
- 2015: Partnerships in Conservation: Bridging the Gap Between Science & Politics
- 2016: Conversations on Conservation: Engaging Landowners Through Effective Communication
- 2017: Rivers and Streams: Reflecting Landscape Management
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KNRC 2018 will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Manhattan Kansas.