2021 Ohio Community Wildlife Cooperative Annual Conference
The below conference targets community and local government leaders looking for help managing human-wildlife conflict. That said – it would also be a great in-service for OSU Extension educators that want more info on the subject. Please help me spread the word and consider attending yourselves!
The Ohio Community Wildlife Cooperative VIRTUAL Conference
November 8-10, 2021
Agenda, topic descriptions, and speaker bios now posted on the OCWC website!
Is your community dealing with wildlife issues? If so, this conference is designed for you.
Join Ohio community leaders and planners for a virtual conference focused on the role of local government in managing human-wildlife conflict. Pre-recorded presentations (bobcats, ticks, invasive species, deer diseases, non-native birds, and squirrels) will be available for viewing on our website starting Monday, Nov.8th.
On Wednesday, November 10, there will be a live webinar presentation on urban coyotes followed by a Q&A session.
Registration is required to access the Nov. 10th webinar – Register here.
Join our email list to receive updates on our annual conference and wildlife conflict resources.
We are looking forward to “seeing” you in November,
On behalf of the OCWC Planning Committee
The Ohio Community Wildlife Cooperative is a partnership between The Ohio State University Extension, The Ohio Division of Wildlife, USDA-APHIS, Wildlife Services, The Great Parks of Hamilton County, the Lake Erie Allegheny Partnership, and the City of Cleveland Mayor’s Office of Sustainability.