Tennessee Chapter: Annual Meeting
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Registration is open for the 51st annual meeting of the Tennessee Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
February 27 – March 1, 2019
The Edgewater Hotel, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Register online through EventBrite.
Or mail-in registration with the TN-TWS registration form. Mail-in Registrations must be received by Friday, Feb. 22, 2019.
Professional Meeting Registration: $60
Student Meeting Registration: $40
Professional/Student Membership Dues for TN-TWS can be paid by mail, at the door or online with the Eventbrite link.
Room Rate: $93/night plus 12.75% tax
Includes free continental breakfast.
To reserve a room, call 1-800-423-9582
Mention Room Block: The Wildlife Society – TN Chapter
Reservation Deadline: Monday, January 28, 2019
Past Annual Meetings
2018 Fall Creek Falls State Park
2017 Paris Landing State Park, Paris; Program
2016 Montgomery Bell State Park, Burns
2015 Edgewater Hotel and Conference Center, Gatlinburg
2014 Fall Creek Falls State Park, Spencer
2013 Paris Landing State Park, Paris; Theme: Wildlife Management and Conservation in Changing Times
2012 Henry Horton State Park, Chapel Hill
2011 Valley View Lodge, Townsend; Theme: Technology and New Challenges in Wildlife Management
2010 Pickwick State Park; Theme: An Alphabet Soup of Wildlife Management
2009 Fall Creek Falls State Park; Theme: Wildlife Management: Then and Now
2008 Henry Horton State Park; Theme: Meeting in the Middle
2007 Valley View Lodge, Townsend; Theme: A Mountain of Issues
2006 Paris Landing State Park; Theme: Wildlife Management in Tennessee and Kentucky: Success through Policy and Practice (Joint meeting with KY-TWS
2005 Fall Creek Falls State Park; Theme: Wildlife Management in Tennessee: A State of the State
2004 University of Tennessee – Martin; Theme: Using Partnerships for Success in Wildlife Management
2003 Tennessee Technological University; Theme: Forest Management and Wildlife
2002 Fall Creek Falls State Park; Theme: Prescribed Fire for Wildlife: A Burning Issue
2001 Paris Landing State Park; Theme: The Tennessee Bobwhite: Can We Recover?
2000 Fall Creek Falls State Park; Theme: Quality Deer Management: Panacea or Pandora’s Box?
1999 Montgomery Bell State Park; Theme: Restoring Our Wildlife Heritage
1998 Henry Horton State Park; Theme: Overabundant Wildlife Populations: When Did We Exceed Carrying Capacity?
1997 Lincoln Memorial University; Theme: Tennessee’s 3rd Century of Wildlife Management: Where Do We Go from Here?
1996 Paris Landing State Park; Theme: Wildlife Management on Private Lands: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities
1995 Fall Creek Falls State Park; Theme: Integrating Traditional and Non-traditional Values in Wildlife Management
1994 Holiday Inn Resort Complex, Gatlinburg (w/TCL); Theme: Ecosystem Management
1993 Thunder Hollow Resort, Crossville (The Blizzard of ’93!); Theme: Wildlife Management in Tennessee: Directions for the Future
1992 University of Tennessee – Martin; Theme: Public Perceptions of Resource Management
1991 Lowes Vanderbilt Hotel, Nashville (w/TLC); Theme: Animal Rights, Animal Welfare, and Wildlife Management
1990 Sheraton Inn, Johnson City (w/TLC); Theme: Status and Trends of Tennessee Natural Resources
1989 Tech Aqua, Cookeville; Theme: Wildlife Enterprises
1988 Tech Aqua, Cookeville; Theme: Wildlife Damage Control
1987 Tech Aqua, Cookeville; Theme: Wetlands and Outdoor Recreation
1986 Brandon Springs, LBL; Theme: Computer Modeling as a Wildlife Management Tool
1985 Brandon Springs, LBL; Theme: Tennessee Threatened and Endangered Species
1984 Brandon Springs, LBL; Theme: Tennessee Wetlands Management
1983 Brandon Springs, LBL; Theme: Impacts of Farm Programs on Wildlife Management
1982 Brandon Springs, LBL; Theme: Integrating Wildlife Management into Timber Management Operations
1981 Brandon Springs, LBL
1980 Brandon Springs, LBL; Theme: Raccoon Research and Management in Tennessee
1979 Standing Stone State Park
1978 Tech Aqua, Cookeville; Theme: Raccoon Research / Misc. Topics