2018 Northeast Regional Rendezvous

June 8-10
High Peaks Resort - Lake Placid, New York

Join fellow anglers and TU volunteer leaders from across the Northeast on June 8-10, 2018 in Lake Placid, NY, for some great fishing, enlightening presentations, inspiring dialogue and engaging camaraderie with those who share your dedication to TU and our mission.

TU regional rendezvous are occasions to be inspired – by the work of TU staff, lessons from volunteer leaders, and conversations with newfound friends. They are also an excellent opportunity to discuss the unique issues facing the region as well as a chance to network and build relationships with fellow TU volunteer leader

 

 

Schedule

Friday, June 8

Free day of hosted fishing and no host dinner with local New York TU volunteers. Sample some of the finest fly fishing around in the Adirondacks region during the peak of mayfly hatches in this fabled fishing destination! Your local New York TU hosts will take you to some of their most special waters – whether boulder-hopping after native brook trout in a small stream or chasing larger browns in larger rivers. Once registered for the fishing day, you will be sent a short questionaire asking about your fishing preferences.

Saturday, June 9 – Workshops and Seminars
Saturday's full-day session will include breakfast and lunch networking, group discussions, concentrated workshops and opportunities for council and chapter leaders to share successes and discuss common challenges. A full agenda will be posted online soon.

Saturday Night, June 9 – Fundraising Dinner Hosted by the NY Council and Networking
Following the day's meetings, join your fellow TU members, volunteers and staff from for a great dinner hosted by the NY Council, a fun raffle and chance to network with one another. Spend time talking shop and trading stories with people who share your passion for conservation and enjoy a fun evening.

Sunday, June 10 – Morning Workshops and Half-Day Conservation Tour
Have you ever wondered why a stream needs restoration? Are you curious about the role insects play in these decisions? Join us for a special Sunday afternoon special session at the Northeastern Regional Rendezvous for a conservation tour to open your eyes and expand your understanding of stream restoration practices you can take home to your chapters and councils.

 

Lodging

Accommodations and meeting venues for the Northeast Regional Rendezvous are provided by:

High Peaks Resort - Lake Placid
(518) 523-4411
2384 Saranac Ave, Lake Placid, NY 12946
Ask for "Trout Unlimited" when reserving for the discoutn rate of $162/night
Room block and discount rate expire on April 8

AirBnB
Many regional rendezvous travelrs have found discount group lodging by renting multi-bedroom houses or cabins for their chapter members in the nearby area using AirBnB or other travel lodging search sites.
 

Registration

The total cost is $150 and includes:

  • Optional hosted fishing on area streams with NY TU members
  • Participation in all seminars and workshops on Saturday and Sunday
  • Breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday
  • A dinner and fundraiser hosted by the New York Council on Saturday night

* You can register for the entire weekend, or register for one day only at a discounted rate
**Attendees may also bring spouses/guests to the dinner on Saturday night

For questions and additional details, email Jeff Yates at jyates@tu.org.
 

 

 
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