The 2012 Bassmaster Classic is merely weeks away, and the conservation directors in the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation are looking forward to the 2012 Conservation Summit, held in conjunction with the Classic.
“I’m very excited about what promises to be one of the most outstanding Conservation Summits so far,” said Noreen Clough, national conservation director for B.A.S.S. “The guest speakers are all notables, and the agenda is chock-full of topics of high interest to our Federation Nation conservation directors as well as the State Fish Chiefs who will also be attending.”
Taking place from Feb. 23-26 at the Clarion Hotel in Shreveport, La., the Conservation Summit will host discussions and lectures centered on the hottest conservation topics of the day.
“The conservation directors collectively provided input to the agenda to ensure it will serve their day-to-day needs,” added Clough. “We’re particularly looking forward to discussions regarding issues in black bass management, as well as what’s new in aquatic vegetation management.”
Here is a list of what’s coming to Conservation Summit. B.A.S.S. reporters will keep fans updated on what comes out of the summit.