Cal-IPC Symposium

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2022 Cal-IPC Symposium
Online, November 1-3

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Students presented their research posters at the So Cal Mini-Symposium on June 13 at Cal Poly Pomona. Photo: Claire F. Meyler

Thank you for making our summer Mini-Symposia series a success! We gathered at Cal Poly Pomona, June 13, and at CSU East Bay Concord, July 18, to learn about regional weeds and projects.

Join us November 1-3, Online! Connect with your colleagues and share the latest updates on effective tools, relevant research, and strategic management approaches.

Register now! Last chance for savings: Regular rates end Oct. 21.

Join colleagues online, Nov 1-3, to connect, share, and learn.

Sponsor the 2022 Symposium

Your support makes this event possible! Please join us for another great event in 2022.

Photo Contest now open!

Share your stories by sharing your “best shots.” Deadline for submission: September 30.

Preliminary Program, now online!

See what’s in store for the November 1-3 Symposium online.

Presenter Guidelines

The Call for Abstracts is now closed. Visit this page for tips and guidelines on presenting at the Cal-IPC Symposium.

Cal-IPC Awards

Congrats to 2021 Ken Moore Award Winner: Henry DiRocco, and to our Student Winners! Full Talk First Place: Sarah Gaffney; Lightning Talk First Place: Rebecca Nelson; Poster Talk First Place David Banuelas. View all award winners, including those from previous Symposia and celebrate their success.

Cal-IPC Symposia Archive

Looking for more content? See our Symposia Archive for presentations and proceedings for previous Symposia back to 1995. View recordings of the 2021 Symposium Sessions and Discussion Groups.