Feb. 27-March 1, 2012
Santa Fe, New Mexico

REGISTRATION

Registration fees include admission to all workshops, plenary sessions, conference sessions (roundtable discussions, concurrent, special, and poster sessions), and the welcome reception. In addition, conference registrants will receive the official program and electronic abstract volume. Coffee and snack breaks will also be provided throughout the conference.

  • REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

After Feb. 20, registrations will beonly accepted via telephone (707-826-3731, VISA/MC/Discover) or on-site at the conference.

You may fill out the PDF registration form on your computer and print it.

Bring the completed form with payment (check, credit card or purchase order information) to the conference held at:

La Fonda on the Plaza

100 E. San Francisco St.

Santa Fe, NM 87501


* Adobe Reader or similar application is required to view, fill out and print PDF files.

  • CONFERENCE FEES:

    • AFE member: $350
    • Non-member: $400
    • SAFE member: $200
    • Student non-member: $250
    • Field Trips: $40
    • Banquet & Awards Ceremony: $45

HSU Refund Policy

Cancellations/Refunds: If for any reason you need to withdraw from the conference, you will receive a full refund of the amount paid, less a $10 administrative processing fee, if you nitify HSU Extended Education prior to 5 p.m. (PST) on Friday, Feb. 24. After this time, no refunds will be made. E-mail Extended Education of your withdrawal and to request a refund.

    • Regular membership: $40/year
    • Student membership (includes SAFE): $20/year

Conference Travel Stipends
from the Southwest Fire Science Consortium

Applications for travel stipends are no longer being accepted.

Travel award notifications were sent Jan. 15, 2012.

Do you need to provide more information
so your employer will authorize your travel request?

With ecosystems under pressure from climate changes, intensive management, and changing fire regimes, now is a critical time for managers and scientists to share ideas and research results. However, with many travel and training budgets drastically reduced, you may need to convince your employer or agency to allow you to attend AFE conferences.  For Talking Points to take to your employer, see the Rationale for Conference Travel article on the AFE conference page.