IHEA-USA 2020 Conference Cancelled
In light of U.S. and global health authority guidelines regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the 2020 IHEA-USA Conference set to take place in West Palm Beach, Florida May 18-21, has been canceled.
IHEA-USA and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) have worked together to arrange for the host hotel for the 2020 Conference to move the event dates to May 17-20 of 2021. The 2021 IHEA-USA Conference schedule for Sun Valley, Idaho will move to a later date.
“Given the circumstances, moving the event back one year is the best solution for all. We appreciate Bill Cline and his staff not only for the hard work they have put in already but also for their willingness to move the event back one year. And we are especially grateful to Brenda Beckley and the Idaho Fish & Game for being willing to move their event back to an even later year,” stated David Allen IHEA-USA Executive Director. “We will begin to process refunds and look toward making the 2021 event a success. If you have questions feel free to contact the IHEA-USA office in Denver. We urge everyone to be safe and observe the CDC guidelines for this virus,” Allen added.
IHEA-USA’s Board will meet on Tuesday March 24, by conference call, to determine what action items and other business need to be conducted electronically with HunterEd Administrators in lieu of the annual IHEA-USA Business meeting scheduled for May 21. Those acton items will be distributed to all HunterEd Administrators in the near future. Further details will be distributed at the appropriate times in the future.