National Conference on
Engineering & Ecohydrology for Fish Passage

June 27-29, 2011 • University of Massachusetts Amherst

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Updated List of Exhibitors

For three days, June 27-29, 2011, the University of Massachusetts Amherst will host The National Conference on Engineering and Ecohydrology for Fish Passage (Fish Passage 2011). Located in the scenic Connecticut River Valley of Western Massachusetts, the pastoral Amherst campus is an attractive location for this important national forum.

Attendees of Fish Passage 2011 will include practicing civil engineers, field biologists, utility managers, dam owners, researchers, administrators from multiple federal and state agencies, and representatives from major environmental non-governmental organizations and tribal organizations. Many of these professionals are decision-makers who will look forward to meeting informally with exhibitors to learn about the latest products and technology. With an anticipated attendance of over 300 people, highlighting your company as an exhibitor is a sales opportunity you don’t want to miss!

Exhibitors at Fish Passage 2011 will have full access to attendees in multiple venues, including the social hour and poster session. Exhibitors are also invited to join attendees during continental breakfasts and catered breaks. The exhibit area is located in the center of conference activity to assure maximum contact and exposure with interested conference participants and potential customers.

The details of your registration as an Exhibitor includes:

Booth: $750

Booth Space Rental Includes:

  • 8' by 10' booth space with side and backdrop curtains
  • 2' by 6' table with table cloth and two chairs
  • One conference registration
  • Email list of conference attendees
  • Continental breakfast and coffee breaks
  • Electrical power outlet
  • Organization listing in the conference program brochure
  • Organization listing and link on the conference website

To confirm your registration as an Exhibitor, click on Registration on menu to the left of this page.


Mailing Exhibits to UMass

If you need to send your exhibit prior to your arrival,

please send so it arrives no earlier than 5 days to UMass and mail to:

Fish Passage Conference
attn: Randy Krutzler
918 Campus Center
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003


Set-Up and Take-Down

Details coming soon ...


Updated List of Exhibitors