Call for Abstracts

Please note: The information on this page is from the 2022 conference. Our next conference will be held in 2025, and we’ll update this page closer to the date.

Submit an Abstract

The Monadnock Region Natural History Conference features presentations on a diversity of natural history topics for a general audience, with a focus on conservation research, ecological management and restoration, and environmental education in the Monadnock Region. This is an opportunity to share your work with others who have an interest in local natural history; make connections with other scientists, land managers, educators, and backyard naturalists working in the Monadnock Region; and think collaboratively about what’s next for the scientific and conservation community of southwest New Hampshire.


We anticipate sessions on wildlife, wetlands and stream ecology, forest ecology and management, Mount Monadnock, community science, human connections to nature, accessibility and inclusion in the outdoors, and more.


Proposals for oral presentations and poster presentations are both welcome. Oral presentations will be allotted 20 minutes for presentations and 5 minutes for questions. To accommodate as many presentations as possible, some people who submit proposals for oral presentations may be asked to consider a poster presentation or 8-minute lightning talk instead. Students and backyard naturalists are encouraged to submit! Abstracts should be no longer than 2,500 characters.


Submissions for the 2022 conference were accepted until October 3, 2022.

Contact Us

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