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2019 National Sustainability Summit &

National Extension Energy Summit


The full conference registration fee provides each attendee with: opportunities to learn from, network, and connect with colleagues from across the nation; the conference program, abstracts, and proceedings; access to a mobile conference attendee app; morning and mid-day refreshments; the Tuesday evening Welcome Reception, which includes two drink tickets per person; and breakfast, lunch, and a plated Dinner Banquet on Wednesday.


Follow these steps and you'll be all set to join us in Tampa:

  1. Click here to REVIEW the descriptions for the pre-conference field tours.

  2. Click here to REGISTER  

  3. Click here to RESERVE your room at the Westshore Grand.



For fellow sustainability and energy educators, researchers, practitioners, and community partners.

This rate provides attendees with access to all conference sessions, meals, refreshments, networking breaks, and special events from the Tuesday evening welcome reception through the closing plenary Friday morning,


We hope you'll join us to share your stories, insights, and ideas for collaboration to strengthen our collective impacts! 



For students of all ages who are
pursuing careers in sustainability
or energy-related fields.

We invite you to connect with like minds
and share your fresh perspectives and
ideas for improving the applied research
and Extension programs offered by
land-grant universities.

All student registrants receive the same benefits as regular conference attendees.  Please join us!


All refund requests must be received in writing by March 15, 2019. A processing fee of 50% will
be deducted from all refunds. After March 15, no refunds will be issued. If a paid registrant must cancel after March 15 due to unforeseen circumstances beyond their control, they may transfer their registration to a colleague.

NSS+NEES 2019 was hosted by the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) 
and organized by the National Network for Sustainable Living Education (NNSLE), National Extension Energy Initiative (NEEI),
Climate Science Initiative (CSI), and Regional Rural Development Centers (RRDCs) in partnership with USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), Hillsborough County, and the Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County.
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