The New Zealand Coastal Society invites you to beautiful Raglan on the west coast of the North Island to take part in its 2014 Annual Conference.
Raglan is a wonderfully diverse and dynamic place to hold the conference. The town is situated on the shore of the beautiful Whaingaroa Harbour and sits under the watchful gaze of Mount Karioi.
Because of Raglan’s setting on a tidal harbour and watershed catchment, this year’s overarching theme is:
“From Land to Sea | Rere ki Uta, Rere ki Tai”
We are looking for a diverse group of presentations and posters that delve into issues related to our understanding of the important relationships between the land and the sea – how what we do on land, influences our coastal and marine environment.
The local organizing committee is hard at work to ensure a lively and engaging technical program with no shortage of social and post-conference activities.
Known world-wide as an iconic surfing destination, Raglan and surrounding areas offer a wide range of cultural and sporting activities that are ideal for both the conference attendees and their families.
We really hope you will save the dates (November 18 – 21, 2014) and consider attending the NZCS 2014 Annual Conference in Raglan!