U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
2004 Community Involvement Conference and Training
June 15 – 18, 2004, Denver, Colorado
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Overview

Welcome! Thank you for your interest in the seventh annual U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Community Involvement Conference and Training, which will be held June 15-18, 2004, in the mile-high city of Denver, Colorado. The theme of this year’s conference is, “Going the extra mile: meeting community needs.” We hope you can join us, either as a presenter or participant to explore how EPA’s public education, partnership and community involvement initiatives can meet both the needs of communities and environmental programs.

This annual conference is designed for EPA and its federal, state, local or tribal partners who plan and implement EPA’s community involvement, partnership, outreach and education programs. The conference provides a diverse and unique educational program—one in which presenters and participants freely exchange information and learn from each other.

We expect over 500 people to attend the conference, which is held over four days. Approximately 40, 90-minute concurrent sessions will be held the first two-and-a-half days of the conference (beginning on Tuesday morning, June 15, and concluding at noon on Thursday, June 17). Four- and eight-hour training sessions will be presented over a two-day period, beginning the afternoon of June 17, and concluding by noon on June 18. The conference also includes several keynote presentations, evening social activities, open time sessions, field trips, an exhibit room, and a poster session.

Please join us in the mile-high city and share your experiences in going the extra mile to meet community needs!!


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