The conference will consist of two days of technical and other presentations by invited speakers, posters, discussion sessions and workshops regarding: landslide hazard assessment and risk methodology, current state and local programs and how these can be integrated into current and potential future national programs, what’s working and where do we need to improve, can we develop consensus recommendations and guidance for agencies responsible for land use, and more. There will also be an optional field trip to the Oso landslide and another recent landslide impacting several houses in Everett, WA on Saturday.
Cost for the conference is $300 and the field trip is $100. We are offering a student rate of $200 for a maximum of 36 students. (Lunches not included in student rate). More details are available on the registration form. For more information and to register, visit the event’s website.