SLMP Annual Summit

Society of Lake Management Professionals Announces
6th Annual Summit & Conference
Theme: Businesses Built Better

Day: January 24 – 27, 2022

Location: Embassy Suites by Hilton
605 West Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA


Group block rate $144.00. Group rates may be available two days before and two days after the official meeting dates.

Cut off date for making reservations is January 6, 2022. Self-parking $28.00 per day.

For many of the best minds in the Lake Management industry, the SLMP Annual Summit has quickly become one of the “can’t miss” events of the year. For two and a half days business owners, employees, vendors, and industry professionals immerse themselves in learning and camaraderie in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. For this reason, the Board of Directors has decided to go all-in on the concept of “Getting Better Together”.

This year’s Summit promises to be one filled with interaction. From small group roundtable discussions, to breakout technical sessions, large group presentations and fun Savannah nightlife, there will be something for everyone.

All members of the Lake and Pond Management industry are welcome to register for the Summit. Companies small and large, government employees, academia, vendors and manufacturers will all be represented. Please visit the Summit page to learn more about the Summit and reserve your spot before space is full.

Who can attend?

Private Lake Professionals, Pond Management Companies, University researchers and students, and state biologists interested in private pond management as well as supporting vendors who want an audience with the leading consultants and companies in the nation.

Why come?

There will be energetic sharing of ideas with top lake managers, roundtable discussions to grow your business, hands-on time with vendors, and many other valuable topics covered related to professional fisheries management, best methods for aquatic plant management, research in the private sector, team building, growing your client base, marketing and how to manage those pesky parts of your business which aren’t very fun.