Seeking Feedback on AC2012

Our 19th Annual Conference is history, and what a day it was, thanks to all who attended, our speakers, and the dedicated volunteers who tended to the details.

Now we want to know how the conference was for you.  Please take a few minutes to give us the valuable feedback we need to plan future conferences.

What went right?

What could be done better

What ideas do you have for future conferences?

Your honest remarks are very much appreciated.

Two ways to give us feedback: (1) Post your comments publicly here in response to this blog, or (2) write directly to conference chair Jeff Pitts at

–The AC2012 Conference Team 


    Melancholy music wrote on January 25, 2017

    This Makes a Great Connection with Me

    Beth wrote on December 17, 2012

    while i like hearing from the authors on books I also want practical information. I agree with the comment that Kay's talk was too technical. For example a few years ago you had Tracy DiSabato-Aust who had a lot of information one can apply to their own planting. The venue was good. Next time i would prefer biodegradeable paper over plastic that was not recycled. Even better yet real plates, silverware, etc that can be washed and renewed. I have gardens and the I have 35 acres to take care of. I would like more information on taking care of those acres from a INPAWS perspective. A session on State and Federal programs available to land owners would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Beth

    Marian Mckittrick wrote on November 19, 2012

    enjoyed most of confreence, Kay's talk was to tecnical and disapointing

    Cheryl Shearer wrote on November 06, 2012

    Nice flow; accessible parking; good food. Appreciated most presentations, even though they were heavy on science but made digestible for non-science minded persons. Would have liked a session on practical applications.

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