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2022 Annual Meeting Old

39th ASRS Annual Meeting
June 12-16, 2022
Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
Duluth, Minnesota


Partner: Society for Ecological Restoration Midwest Great Lakes Chapter
  • Keynote Address on the Great Lakes Area of Concern Estuary Restoration
  • Parallel Technical Sessions
  • Awards Luncheon
  • Reclamation Film Festival
  • Early Career Professionals
  • Exhibition Hall & Poster Session
  • Social Dinner on Waterfront
  • Professional Field Tours:
    • Peat Mining & Reclamation
    • Recreational Reuse of Mined Landscapes at the Redhead Mountain Bike Park
    • Iron Ore Mining & Reclamation
    • Estuary Restoration
  • Cultural Tours:
    • Vista Cruise
    • Glensheen Mansion
    • Zephyr Train

Papers and Reclamation Films

This conference will provide a forum for the dissemination of information through presentation of research findings, field tours, workshops, and open discussion of public policy relating to mining and other mineral extractions, reclamation, restoration, reforestation, and land management issues.

Paper Categories: the following types of papers will be considered.

  • Research Papers
  • Case Studies
  • Demonstration Projects
  • Other, such as Policy Papers

Abstracts can be for oral PowerPoint presentations (25 minutes max), posters, or video presentations. Abstracts deadline was February 4, 2022.  Abstracts will be placed on the web page prior to the meeting and PowerPoint presentations and videos will be uploaded to the web after the meeting, pending the author’s permission.

Call for Sponsors and Exhibitors!

Sponsor/Exhibitor Information
Become a Sponsor/Exhibitor

Call for Professional Award Nominations! Deadline: Mar. 4

Nominate a Professional Award Recipient

Any questions, please contact Robert Darmody, ASRS Executive Director or Mehgan Blair, local Planning Committee Chair.

ASRS educates, informs, and fosters communication interpersonally and professionally in all aspects related to reclamation at our Annual National Meeting. Attendees include individuals from State and Federal regulators, large and small businesses, consultants, researchers, students, and other interested people. Meetings include technical presentations, talks from nationally known professionals, professional field trips, and social events to foster relationship building. Student and Professional Awards are presented to individuals for their outstanding contributions to the discipline. We typically meet in June in areas with a history of interesting land disturbances.

ASRS Flyer for the 2022 Meeting