Submit your proposal for the 2020 Heritage Livestock Conference: Everything Equine!
We encourage interactive programs that provide opportunities for audience participation. Workshops should be one hour in length and held throughout Friday, Saturday, or Sunday. It can be a single presenter or panel discussion.
Possible Topics (not limited to these)
Skill Level of Presenters & Selection Process
Presenters should have a thorough knowledge of their topic and experience to support their expertise in the subject. (This must be reflected in the presenter bio.) They must have the ability to express the presentation content clearly and concisely to the audience. Proposals will be evaluated based on their content and the programming needs of the conference. Programs should have a clear take-home message and practical information for participants. Upon final review, proposal status will be provided by March 1, 2020. Submission of a proposal is not a guarantee of acceptance.
Registration Fees & Compensation
All presenters will receive conference registration with access to all conference events. Presenters will also receive a modest honorarium for their presentations that can be used to help cover travel expenses. Upon proposal acceptance, speakers will be required to make their own travel and hotel arrangements and will receive the honorarium within 30 days after the conference. Speakers not wishing to be compensated may choose to donate the honorarium back to The Livestock Conservancy.
A proposal must include: